Central Serous Retinopathy is a condition where fluid builds up behind the Retina.  The build-up of liquid can cause the retina to detach in a small area within the macula and this can cause visual problems in the center of the vision. In the early stages, a person is likely to notice blurry vision. In some cases, a person may not experience any changes in vision. The fluid that builds behind the eye may reabsorb on its own.

While medical intervention is not always needed to regain vision loss, a person experiencing any gradual or sudden vision loss needs to consult a doctor to ensure vision loss does not become permanent.  Early treatment is often key to making a full recovery.