Your doctor may treat your eyes with anti-VEGF medicines. These Medicines prevent the development of abnormal blood vessels in the eye. Anti-VEGF drugs can also prevent fluid leakage, which can help in the treatment of diabetic macular edema.
First, doctors inject anti-VEGF drugs into your eyes. Anti-VEGF treatment can prevent vision loss, and its use can improve vision in some people.
2. Laser treatment
Laser treatment, also called photocoagulation, involves treating your eyes with a laser beam. In this treatment, doctors usually use the drug to numb your eyes first and then start the laser procedure. Laser treatment can heal your eyes to a great extent. But laser treatment is less likely to bring back previously lost vision than anti-VEGF drugs.