Steroid induced cataract treatment

I became T2 diabetic following a three month course of steroids before I started on hydroxy. I was warned to have regular eye checks for the hydroxy, it can cause irreversible blindness, but nothing was said about steroids possibly causing T2. I was already taking part in a prediabetes study at my local hospital so fortunately it was discovered very early on and I was able to act on it straight away. I do wonder if I had been told would I have opted for the steroids. Have to say I felt like WonderWoman on them and as I've got rid of the T2 ( I think / hope!) then it's OK. Don't think I would want to take them again though.

The lens can change as we age and be damaged in several ways. The most common is that with age it becomes less flexible and less able to adjust between near and far distances. The lens can become clouded, obscuring vision. Damage to the eye's lens impairs vision for driving, close work, color and depth perception. Many other eye conditions and specific medications can lead to lens damage. Patients with impaired lenses may experience blurry or cloudy vision, poor night vision, difficulty in depth and color perception and other symptoms.

Corneal edema and cystoid macular edema are less serious but more common, and occur because of persistent swelling at the front of the eye in corneal edema or back of the eye in cystoid macular edema. [54] They are normally the result of excessive inflammation following surgery, and in both cases, patients may notice blurred, foggy vision. They normally improve with time and with application of anti-inflammatory drops. The risk of either occurring is around one in 100. It is unclear whether NSAIDs or corticosteroids are superior at reducing postoperative inflammation. [55]

Definitely not true. Benzyl alcohol has long been utilized in ocular formulations as an FDA approved preservative. In the clinical trials conducted at the Helmholtz Institute in Moscow, five formulations were tested with varying preservatives and sources of N-acetylcarnosine.  In the end there was one that far surpassed all expectations and parameters. Interestingly it was the formulation with the preservative benzyl alcohol in combination with a unique source and purity level of N-acetylcarnosine. Those who are claiming that benzyl alcohol causes burning do not understand the importance of the critical pH balance of ocular formulations. It is the incorrect balance of pH that can result in burning with some ocular formulations and not necessarily the preservative.  Many customers use Nu-Eyes ™ for dry eye syndrome, contact lens use and for eye strain relief.  It is this formulation that was tested over time and proven in controlled, clinical environments to reverse cataracts with no reported side effects.

Steroid induced cataract treatment

steroid induced cataract treatment

Definitely not true. Benzyl alcohol has long been utilized in ocular formulations as an FDA approved preservative. In the clinical trials conducted at the Helmholtz Institute in Moscow, five formulations were tested with varying preservatives and sources of N-acetylcarnosine.  In the end there was one that far surpassed all expectations and parameters. Interestingly it was the formulation with the preservative benzyl alcohol in combination with a unique source and purity level of N-acetylcarnosine. Those who are claiming that benzyl alcohol causes burning do not understand the importance of the critical pH balance of ocular formulations. It is the incorrect balance of pH that can result in burning with some ocular formulations and not necessarily the preservative.  Many customers use Nu-Eyes ™ for dry eye syndrome, contact lens use and for eye strain relief.  It is this formulation that was tested over time and proven in controlled, clinical environments to reverse cataracts with no reported side effects.

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