Do I have Macular Degeneration?
Macular Degeneration can only be diagnosed and discovered by examining the retina. If you have any of these symptoms, get checked for MD today:
- Distortion - straight lines may appear curvy or bent
- Difficulty distinguishing faces or anything else in front of you
- Dark patches appear in the middle of vision
- Difficulty reading or doing any other activity, which requires fine vision
- Advanced Age-Related Macular Degeneration. People with advanced AMD have, in one or both eyes, either: A breakdown of light-sensitive cells and supporting tissue in the central retinal area (advanced dry form); or Abnormal and fragile blood vessels under the retina that can leak fluid or bleed (wet form).