Meat Grows In The Eyes Of Diabetics?
My eyes have flesh growing, and I have dry sugar, do I have to get surgery? Or how?
Hello siska, thanks for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Previously the complaint you mentioned was not very specific and seemed strange. I do not understand the disease you mentioned. It is likely that the term you are using is not appropriate, such as dried sugar.
If I may guess, about what you mean by diabetes is diabetes mellitus, or diabetes. Indonesian people often divide diabetes into two groups, namely dry and wet. Even though this is not the case, there is no such thing as wet and dry in diabetes. Diabetes is divided into several types, namely Type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is caused by the body lacking or not producing insulin at all in the body usually due to an inherited disorder. Differ in type 2 diabetes due to insulin resistance / reduced sensitivity of insulin in capturing sugar. While gestational diabetes occurs during pregnancy.
Responding to the problem of growing meat growing in the eye, there are several allegations about the disorder such as:
Pterigium Pinguecula Xanthelasma To be able to distinguish some of the above abnormalities, it requires a direct examination by a doctor, you can consult a general practitioner first. If you need specialist treatment or treatment you will be advised to visit an eye doctor. There is no specific treatment to overcome the three disorders above if there are no symptoms that are so disturbing. However, if there are disorders such as decreased vision, excessive blockage of the doctor will suggest operative measures. If that happens to you, you should not worry about the diabetes you are experiencing, before surgery there must be a special preparation.
Right now what you can do is:
Use sunglasses when driving, or go outdoors to reduce exposure to dust / sunlight. Do not rub your eyes when itching. Control your blood sugar levels routinely and periodically, don't drop out if you have diabetes. Get enough rest, avoid sleeping too late. Start a healthy lifestyle. That's all the answers I can give.
Thank you :)