Cataract treatmentHi all.
i heard lot about Homeopathy. i live in australia. i had cataract since i was 13. now im 27 i feel my eyes are better now and i can see without glasses but still need the glasses sometimes but im seeing a new problem nowdays, since the last few months i feel that a black spot is running around my eyes where ever i look it runs here and there. is there any way to cure this ? please help me
niceguy1234m on 2008-05-16
please describe your other symptoms and mental nature.
also, your likes and dislikes.
♡ rishimba last decade
i'm new to this treatment type.i dont know why everyone is asking to descrive mental nature.anyways i'm normal, but hot tempered person. get angry quickly but calm down easily as well.i do drink lot of coffee, i dont have any medical condition i'm a healthy guy.
about symptoms as such .
its not blocking my vision yet but its kind of running in every direction and its annoying me. i only noticed this since last month.
i only started to develop this after i started having honey and lemon in the morning.one of my friend told me its better in the morning to have honey and lime so i started doing this for few weeks to lose some KG, i'm only 65kg. and average healthy person.i dont take any medication or tablets. also one thing this condition is only visibe during day time i dont see any problem in the night also when im on the laptop i can see the spot running here and there. it would be much appreciated if you could help me with this
niceguy1234m last decade
note the changes in about three weeks and report.
♡ rishimba last decade
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