1000-lb Sisters star Amy Slaton only has two years left, according to doctors. This news is upsetting and shocking to Amy, as she talks about what she fears is going to happen.
1000-lb Sisters: Amy Slaton Talks About Eye Problem
1000-lb Sisters star Amy Slaton isn’t confident about her problem with her eye. However, that doesn’t stop her family from making fun of her about her condition. Her brother, Chris Combs, often teases Amy about her medical situation. He even refers to her eye as being “wonky.”
Now, Amy Slaton from 1000-lb Sisters talks about what’s wrong with her eyeball. Before she gets into a lot of detail about her medical situation, she says she isn’t going to talk about her sister, Tammy Slaton. Right after saying this, she reveals Tammy’s still in the hospital and is working on getting better.
Next, 1000-lb Sisters star Amy Slaton says she’s ready to talk about her physical health. She says she wears glasses, but the glasses she wears are special.
TLC Star Legally Blind
On 1000-lb Sisters, Amy Slaton says making videos is her job. However, she brings more clarification into that now, as she says she isn’t able to work. That’s because she’s legally blind. She says her blindness is the reason why she’s on social security. Next, she says she isn’t on social security because of her weight, unlike what people commonly say about her.
Also, Amy says she wears glasses for safety to protect her one face. Then, she says she’s had the disease her entire life because she was “born this way.” Amy says when she was younger, she was diagnosed with toxoplasmosis. She blames this status for causing scars in the back of her eyes.
1000-lb Sisters: Amy Slaton Only Given Two Years
1000-lb Sisters personality Amy Slaton says the scars in the back of her eyeballs cause her to have blindness. Also, she says doctors say she’ll be completely blind by the time she’s 35. At the time of this article, she is 33 years old. So, it’s only a matter of two years before Amy Slaton completely loses her vision as a result of her medical condition.
Next, she says the reason why she’s got this condition is that her mom would clean up cat poop while she was pregnant. Then, the cat poop was infected with toxoplasmosis, which is why she’s got the condition.
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