KeratoconusHi, I am 35 year old female.
Mother of 2 kids, working as a software professional.
I have been married for 10 years.
Since childhood, when I was around 9-10 year old, I started wearing glasses for myopia.around 23 years of age started wearing soft lens and around 25, in April 2010, I got my Lasik surgery done. During that time they had advised not to go for pegnancy / birth control.
I got married in Feb 2011, and had immediately conceived, delivered in 2012 janand post delivery I started using Mariana coil for birth control, and since then my vision started completely deteriorating, in 2013, it was diagnosed as keratoconus. This is basically conical bulge of the cornea. Because of this one sees multiple visions, I was treated with another Lasik surgery to arrest the progress of the disease, so as not to result in complete loss of vision. But my vision remains extremely poor, even after wearing glasses. Especially in the right eye.i have used multiple homoeo and ayurvedic treatment and its almost normal in left eye, but right eye condition is very poor. I am asked to wear hard lens but it's very difficult, and hurtful and hence do not wear the same. Because of multiple Lasik surgeries I have very dry and photo sensitive eyes, and power in right eye is also very high both + and -. Also I have had squintness in the right eye from childhood. Keratoconus is a purely genetic disease, but there are no known cases in my family history. May be the disease is due to the hormonal imbalance caused because of pregnancy or usage of birth control on already Lasik operated eyes. Please advice a remedy, my profession also impacts my vision badly.
mvbsameera on 2021-02-18
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