Retinal Cycts are related to Retinoschisis, meaning splitting of the eye's retina into two layers. One forms of this disorder,the most common, is an acquired form that affects both men and women. It usually occurs in middle age or beyond, although it can occur earlier, and it is sometimes known as senile retinoschisis. The disorder is characterized by a slow, progressive loss of parts of the field of vision corresponding to the areas of the retina that have become split. Retinoschisis may be associated with the development of saclike blisters (cysts) in the retina.
I hope your doctor is compassionate enough to explain in detail more about your Retinal Cycts. If you keep getting "put offs" as to your treatment, I would suggest you find a doctor who is willing to communicate and provide a postive form of continued treatment.
There are doctors that can do this !