Well I'm conscious that my vision in the effected eye is not quite 100%, perhaps it's 95%. But I'm only really aware of any problem at all in low light or if I squint. Perhaps there's also a very slight imbalance between my two eyes that I occasionally notice.
I think taking the coenzyme q10 and aspirin is helping things continue to improve.
BTW, as well as avoiding stress, you should also avoid certain types of steroids - I've read that decongestant nasal sprays are a particular risk factor.
My eye clinic (NHS in the UK) now has a rather clever instrument which can take a picture of the retina in cross section. The specialist was able to show me that the fluid blister had gone, just leaving a small disturbance.
Just take a few sensible precautions and allow yourself to relax - I'm sure your situation will improve too