I am posting this as a heads up for those that may ever come across this issue.
I have had problems with my eyes and vision since I was born. I have lived a quite normal life with the aide of contact lens, eyeglasses, and mentally
adjusting to what I see and how I see it.
I have been waiting for over a year for a completion of my vitreous detachment, so I was not shocked to wake up to sepia vision in one eye.
It was so weird. With my left eye open and my right eye closed, it looked like midday. All bright and sunny. With my left eye closed and my right
opened, even at midday, it looked like dusk, like evening with the sun going down.
I found out that it was not a vitreous detachment, though it may have contributed to the problem, but it was CSR, Central Serous Retinopathy.
After doing some research I found out it is very common, though more common in men than women. I was also lucky enough to have a doctor that is very
conservative in his approach and he completely rejected the ER's suggestion of immediate surgery. I am so glad he is of the school of less is more.
According to my research, over half of the people treated, found laser surgery to be ineffective, even after multiple treatments, and most had to have
surgery after numerous treatments. There were a good number of people that were able to resolve the issue without surgery or laser treatments.
I am posting this because it is believed that the earlier the problem is discovered, the easier it is to resolve.
So if you wake up seeing as if you are looking through sepia or rose colored glasses, go get it checked out.
edit on 4-3-2017 by NightSkyeB4Dawn because: (no reason
edit on 4-3-2017 by NightSkyeB4Dawn because: Just call me One Eyed Sue for now.