Retinal haemorrhage is a disorder of the eye in which bleeding occurs into the retina.
The retina is a thin disc-shaped layer of light-sensitive tissue on the back wall of the eye. Its job is to translate what we see into neural impulses and send them. To the brain via the optic nerve. A retinal haemorrhage can be caused by, retinal vein occlusion (a blockage of a retinal vein), or diabetes mellitus (which causes small fragile blood vessels to form, which are easily damaged). Retinal haemorrhage can also occur due to shaking, particularly in young infants (shaken baby syndrome) or from severe blows to the head. And impairment of vision.
Retinal haemorrhage and gradually loss of vision will be cured from daily one dose early in the morning for a week and if you fail to get the result in a month then again repeat this medicine after a month for 7 days. I cured no. Of cases by this medicine only…. Vit. B complex medication with cyanocobalamin supplement helps draining the clotted blood inside retina. Thanks Dr. Bimal Barikh
Biju Patnayak Medical College Bhubaneswar (Odisha)
Diploma in Diabetology, Pregnancy & Diabetes, Hypertension, Cardiovascular Prevention in Diabetes ,Thyroid
5 years experience
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TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR RD-
Laser surgery (photocoagulation) With laser surgery, your ophthalmologist uses a laser to make small burns around the retinal tear. Freezing treatment (cryopexy) Scleral buckle.
Pneumatic retinopexy. Vitrectomy.
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