Loss Of Vision Is Supposedly Irreversible
Author: Janis McGrath
Skill: Energy Worker
Location: IL, United States
Word Length: 137
Questions Received: 2
Testimonial ID: 6798-OR
Ten years ago I was diagnosed with Glaucoma in my left eye. My corneas are thinner than most of the population so even normal eye pressure can potentially cause damage. My eye pressure was a little elevated and my first two visual field exams showed a little damage to my vision. Loss of vision from Glaucoma is thought to be irreversible.
I started drinking NingXia Red, one to two ounces a day. My next visual field exam and all following exams were normal, with all signs of previous damage gone. My eye pressure measures consistently low. My doctor took me off Lumigan eye drops and now puts suspect Glaucoma in my file instead of the definite diagnosis.
I am near-sighted but my vision shows steady improvement with each examination.
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