Retina specialist visit yesterday found fluid at the back of my right eye after looking at it and running some tests. He said at this point there is nothing to be done but monitor what progress going forward if any. He felt any surgery at this point would be premature and do more damage then good. Looking to get some feed back on if I should be doing anything else at this time. I have a history of being very nearsighted, had cataract surgery with lens implants 8 yrs ago, 2 yrs ago this month I detached my retina in my left eye, was a long surgery, cause I went 5 days before seeing a DR and another 3 before surgery. I have a buckle which complicated my eye movement and had strabismus surgery in May to straighten out my eye and help with depth perception and double vision. My medical team consists of two retina specialists, one being the surgeon on the detach, a strabismus specialist, and my regular eye DR. Just want to make sure I don't miss doing something proactive at this time. Also looking for some information on how this might progress.