You should go for an eye care specialist and take your OCT test properly.
The OCT test which is commonly performed for glaucoma and macular degeneration can usually be done without pupil dilation, but it is commonly performed during the annual dilated exam. A baseline test takes approximately 10 minutes. Repeat scans take approximately 5 minutes per eye.
After you take the test then all the queries are solved and doctors give you appropriate suggestions related to your OCT test report.
Hi annemholte , did you ever get better or any resolution to this?
Your experience with OCT is unusual but may also be a result of the stress of the testing, your original symptoms and your stress over what might be causing your symptoms. You may also try artificial tears such as Refresh, Systane, Soothe, Opteve, etc. Sometimes these tests can dry the cornea.