A few months ago, my opthalmologist indicated I had high eye pressure (intraocular pressure). I scheduled a follow up appointment several weeks later and the eye pressure was lower but still high. Next, I scheduled a consultation with a second opthalmologist. This time, eye pressure in one of my eyes was lower (no longer considered high) but the pressure in the other eye had actually increased. This consultation occurred, however, one day after getting a cortisone shot for shoulder pain. I've heard steroids can affect eye pressure (but would it affect only one eye?) The opthalmologist who did the consulation scheduled another appointment two months out (end of August). He said if the pressure is still high, I should start taking eye drops to avoid glaucoma. This definitely has me a bit worried. However, I don't know how I could refuse medication (drops) when the consequences could be so serious. Could all of this be related to TMS? I think so, but I'm not sure about my next steps. I recently wrote a post about interpersonal conflicts. Like I said, I think TMS is part of my overall experience but I don't know what to do about this eye issue.