I visited my eye-care professional a few weeks ago, and learned, thankfully, that my eyes haven't changed much in the last two years. I notice a lot more when I have a "bad eye day" with my right eye, but my left eye is still working, sharp as ever.
I'm interested in corneal collagen crosslinking with riboflavin (C3-R), but I haven't taken the time to research where I can get involved in a trial. I need to get more active with pursuing C3-R treatment, though it's still unclear what the long-term consequences might me. I think I'd like to have my right eye treated, since it's nearly useless for reading and working. If the treatment ends up causing damage to the eye, in the long term, I don't think I'd be as bad-off, since I've already written the eye off to begin with.