Here is a little story about my wife Tracey, she had been diagnosed approximately a year ago by an optician with a speckle in the eye, here is a brief on what it is.
Iris, speckled: Due to little white (or lightly coloured) spots that are slightly elevated on the surface of the iris. These spots, arranged in a ring concentric with the pupil, occur normally, but more frequently, in Down syndrome (trisomy 21). They were described in 1924 by Thomas Brushfield, are called Brushfield's spots, and are due to aggregation of a normal iris element (connective tissue).
On Monday 24th July 2017 Tracey had an eye appointment, and guess what......the speckle in her eye had gone....her eye prescription had improved....and she did not need distance glasses anymore just reading glasses. This simple process of raising the bed amazes me all the time. I have a lot of work colleagues doing this now, and my friend Scott’s wife has said she will never go back to a flat bed now, as she sleeps so well.
my wife was diagnosed about June July last year, we raised the bed approx January, and she was retested July, so about 6 to 7 months, but it could have been sooner, told another 8 passengers tonight in work about IBT and you, so it is getting around. Keep Safe.