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It was an ophthalmologist and he did special retinal testing which he said I had impaired rod function. I have also be diagnosed as legally blind since my fall
A side note. I am also epileptic, both petit and gran mal
It affects both eyes. I noticed it immediately and was told I had a concussion and that the blurred vision would go away in a day or two. It never went away. I now have night blindness. I had no problems with my eyes prior to the fall. I did wear glasses, but was correctable to 20/20 vision. I had my eyes checked 6 months prior to the fall and they were corrected to 20/20. No blurred vision or night blindness at that time, but have had it ever since the fall
I was told this wasn't caused by an injury, would that be true?
I am now 20/200 left and 20/400 right with best correction
so could the injury have ended up being like the final straw that caused it if there was an underlying tendancy
Thank you for your help. I just still don't understand how my vision was fine prior to my fall and then after the fall it became blurred and having night blindness. It has taken me almost three years to even find out that I have this impaired rod function. It is just frustrating
No, thank you Dr. B., you have a blessed day!