We relocated in late 2020, so I had to find a new eye specialist.
When I did a field vision test, he informed me that I should not drive. This upset me greatly.
I have unusual areas of vision loss and know that there are no areas that are blank for both eyes.
I requested to see another glaucoma specialist who ordered a double eye field vision test (I didn't' know they existed!).
I found the lights during this test very distinctive and apparently he judged my vision satisfactory to drive.
Why are we usually only given single eye field vision tests? I find this mesmerizing and confusing?
When I did a field vision test, he informed me that I should not drive. This upset me greatly.Margaret