Having had cataracts removed from both eyes six years ago followed by a tear in the retina being repaired. I now have macular degeneration in both eyes which requred an injection in each eye over a month ago. The doctor told me then that I would need another injection in each eye at the end of 4 to 6 weeks. The hospital now tells me that there is nothing on the computer to suggest another injection is to be done so I should return to my local GP and start the process again. Is it normal to have more than one injection? My sight in one eye has definitely improved since the first injection but not sure now whether to follow up as advised or leave things as they are.
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