I had my eye exam today and there is a neat thing they do now. They can take a photo of my eye. More specifically, my retina. It was just $20 extra to have it done, but I think it will be priceless in keeping tabs on something I can't readily see.
They photographed both eyes and the doctor sat down with me and explained the condition of my eyes. Thankfully, they are both very healthy and in good shape. He pointed out the white oval is my retina, the dark spot is my pupil and the veins are kind of self explanatory. The veins are singular and not "wooly" looking so that means they are healthy. No leaking of blood or capillaries getting in trouble.
So I thought I would share it with you all so you can see what a healthy eye looks like. If your doctor offers this service, I highly recommend it. It doesn't hurt and is quick. It will give you a benchmark for years to come to catch changes early when they are still treatable.