Thank you for your reply.
It appears that you experienced a temporary cornea/tear film
changes with cornea irritation
from either contact lens
proteins and/or infiltrates or cornea dryness
, which subsequently has cleared. Your history of allergy on Allegra and propranolol for BP, and the recent pain experiences put you at risk of altered cornea tear film, especially with your contacts. With the contact in place, there is often a need for good tear film coverage between the back of the contact and cornea, any disruption of the even uniform film, either by eye irritation (due to transient change in tear product-which pain can cause), can result in sectoral dryness and hence cloudy vision in the affected area. This will often resolve, usually between changing the contact and/or use of tear drops to keep the eye moist. So, I would recommend that you start using preservative free tear drops (i.e. Refresh plus or Genteal), 1 drop into each eye as needed. This would be really helpful to you considering that you are using propranolol and allegra, both of which can cause mild dry eyes
Regarding the scheduled visual field testing, I suggest that you discuss with your doctor how badly you need to do that done at the moment, except if the doctor is concerned about undetected glaucoma or nerve problem due to other unknown events. You should feel free to share this information with your doctor.
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