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I just looked at an amel grid with one eye shut and the

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I just looked at an amel grid with one eye shut and the center as well as the whole grid went black. what is this a sign of?
This could be due to macular(the most sensitive part of retina responsible for central vision) pathology like diabetic macular edema, ARMD e.t.c.. I would advise you to get a dilated fundus examination by an ophthalmologist. You may even have to undergo investigations fluorosceine angiography and OCT to reveal further details. An early examination with an ophthalmologist is required.

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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
I have also been having MS symtoms so I will see an Opthamlogist like you suggested.Thank you for your help in this matter.
You are most welcome.