Let me clarify it is not a black out or grey area. It’s almost like someone took a picture and the after flash is there. It doesn’t move or float around d.
Use your search engine and pull up OCT images of a normal macula, then pull up images of macula with various sizes of macular pucker, this is also know more properly as epiretinal macular membrane (ERM). See how it is a gradient between tiny membrane with little distortion to huge membranes that cause macular holes and huge surface distortion. I suspect the abnormal areas you see are where the ERM is thickest. Next time you see your retina specialist. ask for a color copy of your macular OCTs. Compare it with normal. Ask the retina specialist if the ERM might cause your observations. My feeling that is the cause.
I meant to say I do an Amsler grid every day. No distortion.
Update. December 2, 2020. I went to go see my retinal specialist and he said that everything looks stable. My macula shows no more inflammation but the pucker is still there. The scleral buckle is in place and fine. He cannot find any reason for me seeing what I’m seeing. He did mention that I have a new intraocular lens from my cataract surgery it could be picking up the pucker that I have. I saw 20/20 and my pressure was 14. Back in March.
My optic nerve was fine as well. He’s being positive and hoping it will go away. The Prolensa I use obviously is working because the Edema is almost all gone.