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    Central Serous Retinopathy

    Has anyone had this? If so, did it resolve on its own? Or did you get a treatment for it and if so what? Did you adjust your lifestyle? It appears I would benefit from reducing stress and my caffeine intake.

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    Not that but a few years ago I had Episcleritis which usually clears up in a couple weeks but for me lasted 6 months of torture , pain, and near blindness. DR tried med after med before hitting on one that improved it instead of making it worse. I'm just weird like that in the eyes. Nothing common helps me. I also have macular degeneration and ocular migraines.
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    I feel sorry for you Float On. After reading about risk factors for my condition and talking with the doctor I cut down on caffeine and started walking and meditating. My vision is back to normal and I plan to cancel my follow up eye exam for a test, fluorescein angiography, with serious risks associated with it including possible death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yppej View Post
    I feel sorry for you Float On. After reading about risk factors for my condition and talking with the doctor I cut down on caffeine and started walking and meditating. My vision is back to normal and I plan to cancel my follow up eye exam for a test, fluorescein angiography, with serious risks associated with it including possible death.
    That is wonderful news, Yppej, that your lifestyle changes were so successful! Yay!

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    Wonderful news!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yppej View Post
    I feel sorry for you Float On. After reading about risk factors for my condition and talking with the doctor I cut down on caffeine and started walking and meditating. My vision is back to normal and I plan to cancel my follow up eye exam for a test, fluorescein angiography, with serious risks associated with it including possible death.
    I'm convinced that lifestyle and diet changes are much more powerful than pharmaceuticals in combating disease. But that's no surprise...

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