When I was 17, I had an ON attack, and that's when I was diagnosed. The attack was only in the one eye, and I couldn't see anything directly in front of me, just indistinct blurs in my peripheries. I didn't have any steroids but I recovered most of my sight within 2 - 3 months. Now, 9 years later, there is still a slight difference in quality of vision between the affected eye and the other one, but it's only very slight and often more of a feeling - almost like there's a sheer film over my eye - than a lack of vision. My vision in that eye does blur when I'm feeling fatigued and in low light, and just looks a bit lazy when I have had alcohol. It also hurts occasionally, and I find that sometimes I see something - usually a car - but don't really register its presence, but that could just be me. After the initial attack, which was seriously frightening, I just adapted and let it get better. Adjusting to the lack of depth perception was possibly the most difficult - and, frankly, hilarious - bit, but you get used to it. It sounds like, though it may be taking a while, your eye IS recovering, and that could be a good sign.