How To Deal With Cataracts In The Right Eye That Can Not Be Operated?
Good morning … I want to ask my parents there is a cataract, but the doctor said only surgery can be left, for the right eye can not be operated anymore because it is very severe .. Is there no other way for the right eye .. ? Trimaksih
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Cataract is a disorder caused by turbidity in the lens of the eye. Cataracts often occur due to aging. Over time, cataracts will continue to become more severe and further reduce vision. The view will look foggy. Usually, the development of cataracts occurs very slowly. After many years since cataracts first occur in the eye, cataracts will become the most severe stage of cataracts or hypermatur. At this stage, surgery becomes much more difficult to do because the cloudy lens has been damaged and melted. Therefore, cataract surgery should be done immediately since the symptoms were first felt. If you wait too long, complications can occur in the form of blindness. Patients with diabetes, hypertension, smoking, or obesity can experience faster cataract development. If indeed the right eye is declared by an ophthalmologist not to be operated on, chances are there really nothing that can be done for that eye. It's best if you and your family focus on overcoming the problem in their left eye, so that at least your parents can see through 1 eye clearly. Ask your doctor who will operate on your parents in detail in preparation for surgery. Avoid using certain drugs, both drinking and eye drops, without consulting with the doctor first.
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