Medical Bulletin - 27/09/2010 ( Read More.. )
Retinitis Pigmentosa

Dear Doctor

What is Retinitis Pigmentosa? Can you explain this problem?

by dinesh

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Retinitis Pigmentosa, How serious or non serious this disease is?

Dear Dinesh,

Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP) is a condition wherein black pigment gets deposited on the retina of the eye over the years. To start with the pigments get sparsely appear here and there on the retina blocking the images as black dots and the dots coalescing later on as patches blackening greater portion of retina causing patches of blackness in the field of vision until finally the whole of retina is blackened and the vision blinded. 

There is no treatment for RP in allopathy system and hence the above description is just a running commentary of what is happening in the eye. So forget about their knowledge as they are fruitless and the ophthalmologists are none but a bunch of ignorant specialists. First thing to do is to stop following the ignorants' medication or drops and ointments including the vitamins especially vitamin A which is the most dangerous of all the abusive drugs used on the eye of any one. It is time we learnt in general and specifically why eyes get diseased.

Eye diseases are not eye diseases
Let not people think that eye disorders are due to problems in the eyes. It is false and half hearted knowledge of modern medicine. We see small children wearing spectacles. The ophthalmologists say the eye muscles are not contracting and relaxing properly or eye ball size is little bit elongated or shortened and they term it as either myopia or hypermetropia i.e. short sight or long sight. How is it possible that the sight could suffer at the tender age when they are supposed to possess the maximum growth energy?
Liver is the cause
Be a better doctor than the eye specialist
Any disease in the liver causes major assault in the eyes and it is this reflection as signs and symptoms of the liver disease in the eyes is the important parameter to safeguard the health of the liver throughout one’s life. If one is inclined to eat a lot of sourish food then he must stop consuming it totally to get the liver back into its functional supremacy; normally the people add punch to the cooking by adding vinegar, lemon, tamarind, unripe tomato, mango to mention a few. All these are too strong a liver stimulant to exhaust and put down the liver function to a great extent. As a result of this, we shall note the following signs. The first sign is the development of muscle weakness throughout the body. The most delicate and the strongest of all the muscles in the body is the muscles of the upper eye lid. Any muscular dystrophy, the ultimate point of no recovery of every bodily ailment is the result of the extent to which the liver is exhausted. Since the eye muscles are the weakest of all musculature in the body, the effects of the liver weakness is most immediate and pronounced in the eye muscles causing tiredness and sleepiness and due to which they always are lazy looking; and they start suffering the accommodation defect to distant and near vision even as they are of schooling age. Now think of all the possibilities of the muscle weakness in the entire body and your immediate diagnosis is: “The Liver!”

RP is the result of the liver damage; it has got nothing with the eyes. Eye specialists can do a thing to any one with this condition. They are no specialists in this regard but dumb and blind. Yet there is the word of God in your heart: "Be OK!" If you are a believer in God, we have no other go but to turn and return unto He and Him alone. For sure His promise is true to come for the believers.

Any further clarification is possible if only you ask for it.


To be continued …

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