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Entertainment Savannah Guthrie's vision improving; doctor says she 'got lucky'

03:35  03 december  2019
03:35  03 december  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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Savannah Guthrie suffered an eye injury when her 2-year-old son accidentally threw a toy train at her . The show featured guest ophthalmologist Dr . Annie Negrin, who helped explain Guthrie ' s Negrin also said she expected Guthrie to be fine long term. "You got really lucky ," Negrin said after

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Savannah Guthrie's vision is still blurry following her accident, but the "Today" co-anchor's vision is improving.

On Monday's "Today" show, Guthrie gave viewers an update on her vision after her nearly 3-year-old son Charley accidentally hit her in the eye with a toy train late last month, which caused a torn retina.

"The vision is getting better every day, but I'm still blurry," Guthrie said. "Right now it's like having one contact (lens) in and (one) out. When it first started, though, it was like a complete blur. I couldn't have seen anything."

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Savannah Guthrie ’ s eye is slowly but steadily improving from a form of retinal detachment thanks to near-daily laser surgeries. Guthrie counted it up, and over the last week she ’ s gone to the doctor for five laser surgeries to But Guthrie was “really lucky ,” ophthalmologist Dr . Annie Negrin said , and

Savannah Guthrie ’ s eye is slowly but steadily improving from a form of retinal detachment thanks to near-daily laser surgeries. Guthrie counted it up, and over the last week she ’ s gone to the doctor for five laser surgeries to reattach her retina, with the first being the most intensive.

Guthrie added that she's undergone about five laser treatments to help repair her retina in efforts to avoid surgery. 

The show featured guest ophthalmologist Dr. Annie Negrin, who helped explain Guthrie's condition, noting that if the tear is small enough, it can be fixed with just laser treatments. Negrin also said she expected Guthrie to be fine long term.

"You got really lucky," Negrin said after explaining the arduous process of retina surgery. 

Last week, Guthrie called in to the "Today" show to explain her absence to her colleagues.

"I got hit ... Charley threw a toy train right at my eye and it tore my retina," Guthrie revealed. She shares two children – Vale, 5, and Charley, 2 – with husband Michael Feldman.

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Savannah Guthrie reveals she ' s having to undergo laser treatment to fix her torn retina - but she says her vision is getting better every day, one week after her son threw a toy train at Savannah told her co-hosts her vision is getting better and she will luckily not require surgery to fix the damaged retina.

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"It happened last week, actually, and then I lost my vision in my right eye about 24 hours later and then it turned out to be kind of serious. They were afraid my retina was detached."

Guthrie was still able to make it to co-host the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade alongside Hoda Kotb.

Guthrie, who had been under doctor's orders to take it easy the but previously said she hoped to be back in action for the parade, was in her usual spot next to Kotb on the parade route Thursday morning, sporting a pair of glasses.

Contributing: Hannah Yasharoff

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