I have CSR in my left eye. I had it for some 5 months and it was getting worse when the doctor lasered it. it seemed to clear up mostly. I know that I will always have some scarring that I can see and it is not that bad. The laser was done in November. Off and on I still saw a spots or a static like thing in the place of the CSR and was told it was normal. Over about the last 2 weeks I see purple spots quite a bit or things will have a purple hue for like 5 seconds then stop. Is this a normal part of the continued healing or can the CSR be returning? It is a scary feeling to look around and see purple here and there. My eye is already permanently messed up as I see wavy on one side. I also see A LOT of floaters…Like more than I think the normal person sees…it is like I can see the liquid in my I eye as it moves :( Is the CSR coming back and getting worse? Am I going blind in my left eye?
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