Can Blurred Vision Return To Normal If Diabetes Is Cured?
Is Blurred Vision Because Diabetes Can Return To Normal If Diabetes Cures?
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Basically blurred vision in diabetics is most likely a cataract. Cataracts occur due to structural changes in the lens of the eye which then become cloudy or opaque, such as foggy or cloudy. Generally normally, cataracts can occur because of the aging process, whereas in people with diabetes cataracts are a complication of diabetes that has been suffered so far, where this occurs due to the accumulation of sorbitol (sugar formed from glucose) which is focused on the lens of the eye.
If the condition of diabetes has been well controlled so far, then the process of accumulation of sorbitol in the lens of the eye can be reduced or slowed. It's just that if it's already accumulated in the lens of the eye and cause cataracts, it is necessary to clean the lens with medical procedures performed by experts or eye doctors.
Our advice to you is that you should consult an eye doctor about the condition. Because cataracts can or cannot heal as normal, of course, by knowing the extent of cataracts that have occurred to what extent. Then you should immediately consult an eye doctor in order to get treatment as early as possible. In addition it is very important to note that the condition of diabetes must always be controlled so that complications to the eye and other organs do not occur. Thus our explanation, hopefully help. That's all