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Glaucoma. Cataracts. Blurry vision. Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD). Myopia. If not detected and treated early, these are vision problems in the elderly that could lead to partial or complete vision loss.
I understand how it feels because I was once in your shoes. My name is Mrs. Rita, and for several years, I used to battle eye problems that made me had blurry, unclear and poor vision.
After trying several eye drops and glasses for over 3 years, I noticed that instead of improving, my eye condition had worsened.
After an eye exam, I was diagnosed with glaucoma in the right eye.
You see, when patients are diagnosed with glaucoma, one of the most common treatment options is a prescription eye drop medication that lowers eye pressure, which prevents damage to the optic nerve and helps to preserve vision.
Several types of drugs lower pressure.
The choice depends on a lot of factors, including the type of glaucoma, its severity, the pressure goals…
Source: Linda Ikeji