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Is her vision affected?
Do you have any pictures?
Does your have any other medical problems or take any medications?
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No vision issue. No pictures. No medication except for thyroxin as noted.
An optician is really not qualified to tell if there is bleeding behind the eye, especially when there is no significant vision loss.
The best thing for your friend to do is get into see an ophthalmologist (Eye MD) for a complete, dilated, eye exam so that she can find out what is really going on.
Is it possible to get into see a private ophthalmologist in a timely fashion or is the NHS the only way to see an eye MD?
I'd not get overly concerned about what the optician said....but do see an ophthalmologist to be safe.
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