I didn’t know there was a surgery option...guess I better get to my eye doctor.
You have a macular hole? Yes, that is surgically repairable. Basically, they remove the jelly like material and other matter from inside the eyeball and it refills with natural aqueous fluid. A gas bubble is inserted into the eyeball and the patient has to lie face down for the better part of two to three weeks. That’s the tough part, but my eyesight went from about 20/60 back to 20/20 after the procedure. The gas bubble slowly dissipates but allows the eyeball to repair itself. If that is your question, yes, it is repairable.