Dear Sirs, all doctors conclusion is optic disk drusen in my left eye.is there any possibilty for therapy? I dont have migraine or pain in my eye.Can you please give me more information and also if this will be worst or not.I had Brain MRI ,eye MRI ,OCT ,b-scan ,analysis.
Many thanks for your answer.Is there anything that i have to avoid? Like smoke (i am not smoking) in public places,wearing classes for protection ftom the computer? or I need to eat something specia?
Thank you again
Hi, My name is Larry I'm 51, I've had buried optic nerve head drusen all
my life. I can still see good and don't have a problem with it. I have been
told blood thinners and Viagra like drugs can cause problems with bleeding in the eye.
I have hemorrhagatic drusen and once in awhile I will see a colored pulsating blob of light when I close my eyes,
this has only happend two times to me that I know of, it goes away in a week or so, see a doctor
if this happens just for a checkout. Larry
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