Hi. I'm online and happy to answer your question today.
yes. It is entirely possible for the a hole to form in your eye that now has signs of macular pucker. Will it always happen? Of course not.
As you noted the sooner you get treatment for a macular hole the better your chances for a positive outcome.
There is no treatment for macular pucker at this point. However, should your vision drop to the 20/40 level or to the point where you can not see well enough to do the things you need to do, your retina surgeon can do a pars plana vitrectomy and a membrane peel.
There, of course, are risks to this surgery.....one of them is the formation of a macular hole :(
It does, however, sound like you are in good hands and that you are right on top of things. Just remember to check your amsler grid every day and have a low threshold for getting in touch with your eye doc for a complete exam.
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