If this an ophthalmologist you have seen for a long time? Or the first time? Not sure what test you are talking about. Optic nerve photograph? Nerve fiber layer OCT? If you have no family history of glaucoma, your eye pressures normal and you are relatively healthy the chance of low pressure (also known as normal tension glaucoma) are very tiny. NTG is much more common in Asians and in people with cardiovascular disease. Other tests that might be necessary of your eyes for a complete glaucoma work up: visual fields, gonioscopy, nerve fiber layer OCT and corneal thickness measurements (pachymetry). You might discuss this with your Eye MD. It might be worth moving your tests up to September to prevent you from worrying.