We’re back from the tear duct surgery, the second time.
This time was a little more complicated, basically, putting a catheter into her tear ducts and expanding it, in both sides. It also took longer, too, and she had to have an IV to keep her hydrated.
The doctor came back to report that her tear ducts are very tight, but he hopes this works.
Then, about ten minutes later, a nurse carried our munchkin in because she woke up early from the anesthesia and started climbing on her and out of the bed. So, yeah, that didn’t go so well.
If you look closely, you will notice she has bloody tears and a bloody nose, apparently both good signs. Here’s hoping.