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Treatment for Wet Macular Degeneration

Anti-VEGF treatments can dry unwanted retinal fluid

Wet macular degeneration needs long-term management to improve or preserve vision. The most commonly prescribed treatments for wet macular degeneration can slow the progression of the disease, help protect your vision, and even help regain a portion of the vision you may have lost. 

Amsler grid with wavy blurry spot in center demonstrating vision with wet AMD

Managing Your Wet Macular Degeneration

Using an Amsler grid and other tools

When you are on an anti-VEGF treatment, you, your caregiver and eye care professionals will all have a role in monitoring the progression of wet macular degeneration. 

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Talking To Your Doctors

Top Q&A from patients and caregivers

When managing wet macular degeneration, it is important to keep an open line of communication with your eye doctors. Here are some questions frequently asked by people living with wet macular degeneration, along with answers.