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Crystolid Macula Edema

Dear Dr,
About 6 months back I almostlost vision in my left eye , under consultation by the opthmologist it was diagnosed as Crystolid Macula Edema and my age is 58 years with no sugar or BP .
The treatment was injection to the left eye and the vision bounced back and subsequently applying eye drops to my eye daily till date.Everything was fine , from 15 days the vision in my left eye is getting slightly dim .
Pls suggest me a homeopathic medicine for this CME.
Awaits your reply.
Thanking you
Regards
Vaidhyavw.
 
  vaidhyavw on 2020-04-29
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AURUM MET 30 FIVE DROPS IN AN OUNCE OF WATER ONES A DAY,IN ADDITION CALC SULPH 6X FIVE TABS THREE TIMES A DAY FEEDBACK EVERY DAY.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2020-04-29 15:17:49]
 
anuj srivastava 6 months ago
Thank you sir, will get the medicine and get back to you.
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vaidhyavw 6 months ago

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