Optic Neuritis refers to damage caused in the myelin layer of the optic nerve by the immune system which leads to temporary or complete vision loss, and sometimes even mental damage. Administration of steroids is an option for tackling this syndrome which is also associated with sclerosis and spinal damage. The common symptoms for Optic Neuritis include a dull pain in the eyes and blurry vision or temporary loss of vision.
HOW IS OPTIC NEURITIS DIAGNOSED?
People who have suffered from a bout of Optic Neuritis only once, usually get their vision back.