I was referred to a glaucoma clinic recently. I was there for 3 hours having all the tests done. It was all a bit overwhelming, and by then end of it I was totally confused.
I passed the field test, which they said was good news.
My eye pressure was only 22, which is not too bad.
But my left eye has slightly blurred vision, which is why I was referred there in first place. And I was told that it cannot be corrected, because it's nerve damage.
I'm very worried. I have not idea how serious this, or if it could get worse.
Does anyone know about this stuff. Please help!
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