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yes. Most likely at this point the damage that has been done to your optic nerve is not going to get better. Once there is evidence of atrophy that means there is loss of the actual nerve tissue which, as you know can never be replaced.
I am glad to hear that he is sending you to a retina specialist for the blood in the retina. There are many, many causes of this and a retina doc is the best person to figure it out and fix it.
Does this make sense to you?
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