Almost exactly the same time as my first episode I developed a visual disburance in my left eye, a floater that looked like a dead spider. I was sent to a neuro opthamologist who said that I didn't have optic neuritis completely yet (whatever "completely" means), but that I had a vitreous detachment and it wasn't related. Well now I am getting blurry vision in that same eye, which has nothing to do with a vitreous detachment. Any ideas guys? I can't focus with that eye at the moment and as a legal assistant, having trouble reading docs. Thanks.
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