See a retina special. It depends on the cause of the vitreous hemorrhage. The specific cause such as retinal tear, retinal detachment, diabetic retinopathy, etc. Needs to be addressed. If the source of the vitreous hemorrhage is just a posterior vitreous detachment, then this likely will improve over a few weeks you must see a retina specialist.
VITREOUS HEMORRHAGE. Yes it can be successfully treated by your opthalmologist with help from retina specialist, but will need long term follow up.They need to find out the source of hemorrhage, to see if there is any retinal tear or retinal detachment, and after successful treatment you need regular follow ups. Discuss your case with your opthalmologist, and ask all the questions and other coexisting conditions by yourmd.