Six weeks ago I was told that my eyes hadn't changed for 8 months and injections were being suspended but I still need to attend the clinic for check up's. I went this week for a check up. I asked the doctor what it meant that my eyes hadn't changed and did I still have fluid? I was told that my eye sight hadn't changed over the past 8 months, which was good, but that I did still have fluid, but only a little which never seems to clear up completely. They wouldn't be too concerned unless I noticed a change on the Amsler grid. I said I was told by one of the doctors last July , that he was not happy that the treatment wasn't working for me and they would be considering changing to a different injection. This doctor confirmed that it was noted on my records. As always, I only think of the questions after I have digested what I've been told. Who makes the decision to change the injection? Does the consultant, whom I only saw on my very first visit, look at the records of how things are going?
I remember a post where someone said that the clinic only seem to be interested in whether you have fluid and not how well you do reading the chart. It appears to be the opposite for me.