I was diagnosed about 13 years ago with ocular histoplasmosis. At the time, I had an enlarged blind spot in my right eye that went away about a week later. I now have histo spots on my retina that every new doctor responds with 'were you raised around chickens.' Which, incidentally, I was not. I have not had any problems with my vision since, just the presence of histo spots. I have two questions. First, I would like to have LASIK done, but not sure if this will aggravate the histo spots. Second, if I have the histo spots, will it inevitably lead to blindness? Since I have not had vision problems, I don't have it checked regularly. Any help would be greatly appreciated.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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