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My retinas

Discussion in 'Success Stories' started by Tom Hall, Oct 6, 2020.

  1. Tom Hall

    Tom Hall Tom

    My retinas have improved now that I normally do not wear sunglasses and I let the morning sun on my eyes and also during the day.

    How do I know this? From the images of my optometrist specialist camera that photographed the retina. In 2018 the results indicated the development of macular degeneration with slight blurring of the lens (Cataracts). After a year later the change in habits with sunglasses and the sun, those degenerative signs were not present
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  2. JanSz

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  3. Penny

    Penny New Member

    Me too - although that horrible bright light probably then destroyed them... :) No retinal problems - but the optometrist had vitilago on his hands - maybe it was the bright light from the retinal scan... you can't tell them anything though - they know it all... evil sunshine...
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  4. Exactly the same with me. In fact my retinal specialist kicked me out of a research study for AMD that I had been in for two years, saying "I changed my mind. I don't think you have it."
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