~Lord have mercy ~Thee I adore ~Into Your hands
I hope that you are feeling better now. What does it mean, to have one's eyes "dilated". (It happens to me every time I enter a dark room, but presumably that is not what you mean.)
Oh, I'm fine now. The eye doctor puts drops in your eyes to make them stay dilated even in bright light. Then they shine a really bright light into them so that they can see what's going on. It's not particularly pleasant, but the reason I couldn't write last night was because it takes a long time for your irises to start working again, and you can't read even from books, much less from a machine that shoots light into your eyes.AMDG
They did that to me when I was about 6 and somebody hit me in the eye with a tennis racquet. I seem to remember the light giving a bitter taste on the tongue - but can that be right?
That's never happened to me, but I can imagine it might. And it might have been the taste of those drops draining down from your tear ducts.AMDG