Medication For Treating Partial Color Blindness?
Hello, a few days ago I found an article from outside about ISOTINE eyedrops which can treat various kinds of eye complaints and one of them is partial color blindness. is that really what I know is partial color blindness is a genetic disorder.
To our knowledge, there is no medical drug called isotine. Based on an online search, various articles stated that the product is a product based on ayurvedi therapy which is widely used in India. We do not know the composition of the product. Similarly, the dose, duration of use, how to work, and side effects. So we cannot recommend a product that has no scientific basis. Medically, we can only recommend drugs that have undergone large-scale clinical trials.
Color blindness, either total or partial, can indeed be caused by genetic disorders inherited in the X chromosome. However, some eye disorders such as chronic glaucoma, chronic diabetes mellitus, chronic hypertension, macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, can damage the retinal cells that function recognize color, so someone can be color blind even though they do not have a color blind gene. So far, no therapy with eye drops can overcome genetic color blindness. As for color blindness due to disease, then the action is to overcome the disease that causes it, not by doing eye drops.
Thus the explanation from me. Hopefully it can add to your horizons. Regards.