Me too. I am living with eals disease for about 15 years now. I am 31 years old. After the diagnosis, I underwent laser umpteen times, and most of the oedema on macula has been taken care of, i.e. most of the major floaters obstructing vision were gone, apart from some very minor things. After initial flurry of lasers, for last 7 years I lived without hemmorage, then last year it reccured. So instead of laser this time, doctor gave me high dose of steroid. for a week and apparently it responded. Though in normal circumstances, doc has strictly prohibited me from taking any steriod medication....
Its a manageable disease, if you can find a competent retina specialist. Though there is no permanent cure. Doctor has often told me to avoid strenous exercises.... anything that unsettles the normal blood circulation.
But apparently there is very little information about what really causes, this disease. So please be careful, if you are diagnosed with this. And please do share your experiences.
Originally Posted by kevin777
I have the same problem, it keeps coming back. The condition is named: Eals' disease