Last year I was diagnosed with a type of wet macular degeneration in my left eye. I dont see perpendiculars as wavey but I do have a small grey area below central vision and within that area objects are not too clear.
I had 7 Eylea injections over the year the last one at the begining of Oct 2018.
A visit to my Optician in November confirmed that there had been and improvment and I was prescribed new reading glasses and distance glasses which I only use for driving.
On my visit to the hospital for a review I was able to read the entire logmar chart for each eye. I did struggle a bit with a couple of the letters when reading with my left eye. The optomologist showed me the photos taken of my left retina and all swelling had gone down the retina shape looked normal.
I have another review at the end of Feb 2019 and if all is well they may extend the review to three months.
Only two of the injections were slightly painful and to minimise the effect of the iodine the clinicians use a double diluted solution.
I hope this gives a bit of hope to people undergoing treatment or newly diagnosed with wet amd.