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White Dot Syndrome

I'm a 40/F. I've been having problems with my left eye since the end of January. I have a wavy/blind spot in my eye that makes my vision look distorted. I went to the optometrist 2 weeks ago and she found fluid and blood on my retina so she sent me to a retinal specialist. I just returned from the specialist where I had a full exam with a fluorescein angiography. The specialist said she can see the spot but there are no lesions and the bleed is inactive, so her working diagnosis right now is white dot syndrome with retinal hemorrhage and nevus of choroid of the left eye. She wants me to return in a week. I am really confused about what white dot syndrome is? Is there any treatment? Will the vision in my left eye ever return to normal?
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I have not had enough patients with White Dot Syndrome to speak to prognosis or treatment, so i cannot comment.

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Ok, thank you for responding
Best of luck, your condition does require a Eye MD ophthalmologist with specialization in retina/vitreous/macula
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