I recently went to my Opthamologist for Eye exam and Check of Central Serous. When doing the vision check I literally could not see the right half of the eye chart out of my right eye. After not seeing anything that the dr could determine was causing the problem a visual field test was done. THis showed significant blind areas to the right of my central vision in my right eye. More tests, including an angiogram of the eyes, and nothing that the dr thought was significant enough to cause the blind areas.
I am not sure what to do now. It is "OK" most of the time since using both eyes compensate - but if I have to look to the far right (when abacking out of my drive, etc), I'm screwed. I really want to get a handle on this.
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