Ok. Well, an MRI is not needed at this point.
There are a large number of things that could be causing this loss in vision. You may have a problem with your cornea (for lots of reasons), inflammation inside your eye (unlikely from what you have posted), bleeding inside your eye (vitreous
hemorrhage), retinal problems (inflammation, bleeding, detachment etc), optic nerve problems (inflammation, loss of blood supply, etc)
So. As you can see, what you need the very most is a complete eye exam by an ophthalmologist (not an optometrist
Make you sure do not miss your appointment tomorrow (hopefully morning)
So. What is the take home message? Do not panic. I know. Easier said then done.
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