I would advise you to go to a major medical center affiliated with a university, and see a uveitis specialist. Moorfields in London is a great place. I see no reason why you cannot run or do aerobic exercise, but I agree with the warning about head trauma.
I've seen numerous eye MDs since the last few months. They all told me that my retina is generally OK, but their diagnoses seem to differ. One told me that apart from scarring my retina is perfectly healthy, other said I have lattice degeneration thus no wonder i see flashes, yet another said that for my level of myopia such degenerative changes are small and negligible. Some of them says that my lesions are typical for toxoplasmosis, some other that their location is unusal for toxo. Even my retina specialist, when i cross-questioned her a bit, admitted that from the look of it, it could as well be tuberculosis or an early stage of toxocariasis (and I'm positive for both!). I feel confused and keep inquiring for more detailed diagnosis, but most of them, including my retina specialist, turn me down saying there's no need, they just say to come and have a check up in a few months.
Am I just being hypochondriac or should I seek treatment elsewhere, including abroad(I'm from Poland)? I'd be grateful for some information about possible diagnostic procedures, if there are any.
I read somewhere that inflammation scars may cause vitreous traction, could this be the reason of all these flashes?
Can I do sports? Eye MDs i've seen say it's OK for me to run, cycle, even play football (without headers), only to avoid contact sports. But can I run, say, 15 km distances, or should I be careful and avoid excess exercise?
I'm aware there are lots of ins and outs when it comes to diseases like mine, but any general info would be appreciated:)
I uploaded fluorescein angiography picutres on my profile, had no idea how to post them here.
Thanks in advance