advice for eye , retina detachtment cataract after surgeryDr Readers
I am a photographer I suffering with eye problems
I am 55 I Am not a diabetic.
I had 3 surgeries on my retina in my right eye.because I suffered from retina detachment in February and june this year.
Thereafter I had a vitrectomy operation. A operation inside the eye.
Since this operation my pupil doesn,t contract anymore and is still open.
The surgey caused a cataract in my right eye..My vision is
very foggy,blurred cloudy and hazy.
In my left eye I have floating yellow transparent proteine bodies.
These are dangerous while they can cause retina detachment.
I,m looking for a homeopathic remedy or remedy's to prevent retina degeneration, off weakness, the contraction of the pupil, the pupil will not by smaller, and to cure the transparant yellow bodies floating in my left eye.
Is there danger for possible aggrivation ?, from the homeopathic remedy.s because this can cause maybe weakness of the retina again?..
I have a great belief in homeopathic medicine.
The docters in the hospital are not interested in homeopathy.
I try to avoid a new surgery for a new lens and removing the old lens.
I am looking for professional advice.
edindy on 2005-07-31
On that basis I would suggest the use of the best cure for that type of trauma that I know.
Get some Bellis Per 3x (6x) and start taking two tablets a day for 10 days- see how this goes - may need to vary the potency ,
We can then look at what problems still remain .
walkin last decade
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