Hi. I'm online and happy to answer your question today.
As a retina surgeon I can tell you that, depending on the degree of visual distortion from your macular pucker it can very easily cause the symptoms you are having.
The good news? I very, very, very much doubt that you have a brain tumor from what you have posted.
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One reason you might be using the reading glasses for getting around is that you may have macular edema in addition to your macular pucker.
I suggest you consult with an ophthalmologist or, possibly a retina specialist.
Is there anything else you would like to discuss at this point or have all your questions been answered to your satisfaction?
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I went to Doctor Walker in Fort Myers Florida , he said there is a pucker and the fluid is a little cloudy but an operation wouldnt correct my perception problem . Again it is more obvious in the bright light then in the house or at night that makes me think it is the pucker. Do you think I should get the operation and hope thats it or continue with the problem that doesnt seem to be getting worse it just bothers me more and maybe it would be better to do this at 62 instead of waiting.