I am a sixty year old female and went for my annual eye exam. I was told by my optometrist my left eye optic nerves were elevated - OS>OD. Also has irregular Mac. OS. She had her nurse call and make an appointment for me to see an Opthalmologist tomorrow. I had a Brian MRI in December and the report reads. "There is nonspecific mild focal areas of bilateral supratentorial which is commonly scondary to chronic microvascular ischemia. MS seems less likely, but cannot be excluded".
I have intermittent headaches only on the left side and at times feel nauseous. Should I be concerned?