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There is nothing to worry about, and there is nothing that needs to be done, with your diagnosis of crowded optic disks.
This is just the way your optic disks are and they have most likely been this way your entire life.
While it may put you at a slightly higher risk of some issues in the future -- such as arterial or vein occlusions -- there is, truly, nothing you need to do -- or can do -- about this.
I would put this out of your mind and not worry at all.
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Let me go over these additional questions in order:
1. in the eye
2 not really
3. not really
4. yes. You can go blind in that eye
5. No need to freak out...your optic nerve has been this way your entire life.