i am a 15 year old female. over the past 1 1/2 my left eye has been getting weaker. I have went to so many doctors but none of them had any answers of what it was. they just sent me from one doctor to another. on my left eye I used to get black blobs but lately they are becoming permanent. they don't disappear anymore but stays there 24/7. even when I close my eyes. when I cover my right eye I cant see anything. its just very blurry. I cant read just make out shapes. can anyone tell me whats happening.
You need to see an ophthalmologist for a refraction, visual field test, and complete dilated exam of the retina. You may also need to see a retina specialist. There is a reason why the vision is poor in one eye. While good diet is important, it will not cure this problem. If all is normal with the retina specialist, you may need to see a neuro-ophthalmologist.
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