out If You Have One of These Common Conditions Above
related to herpes, affects one-fourth of all people who contract
AIDS. It targets the retina and can affect one or both eyes.
Over time, it can become very serious. If left untreated, cytomegalovirus
(CMV) could lead to blindness.
usually results from a previous condition. AIDS accounts for eighty
percent of the diseases associated with CMV. Almost everyone gets
CMV at some point, usually during adolescence, but it is not harmful
due to the extremely stable immune system present during this period.
of light in your sight (even with eyes closed)
(threads or particles floating in the sight)
not many treatments but surgery is a possibility. This
would help control the puffiness of the retina and bring about its
previous normal state.