When we got home and heard the details I started to be concerned so I started emailing our company nurses in South Africa who in turn contacted our former pediatrician and our company doctor. Both agreed that we needed to look into why it had happened. So long story short, we were able to get Luke an appointment with a neurologist in Johannesburg for this week. Getting an appointment with a specialist within 2 weeks is a great thing, so we are thankful.
So, Luke and I will fly to Joburg tomorrow, Nov. 12, then he'll see the neurologist the next day. The day we return home will be determined by what the dr. finds (or doesn't find) out or whether other tests will be required. So please join us in praying for Luke - that this eye thing is nothing, or if it's something, we can find out exactly what it is and be able to treat it.
BTW, as of this a.m., his pupils have not "wigged out" again since that week. We are thankful for that. You can be sure I have been watching him closely.