I'm no doctor but was born with Glaucoma. As far as I know there is no definitive answer, as everyone's optic nerves are different. There are those who have pressure that high or higher and have no damage, and those who have normal to low pressure and end up having damage. If your pressure is 25 that is a bit higher than normal (10-21) and you should have your optic nerves examined by an Opthalmologist and have a visual field exam done to determine if any damage is being done.
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