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Retinal detachment

posted in Physical Health
Wednesday, July 10 2013, 09:05 PM

I've talked about it with some people. Basically when you look at the eye (http://www.glaucoma.org/uploads/eye-anatomy-2012_650.gif), you have a retina in each, a thin film covering the harder bits and keeping in the fluid. It helps translate incoming light into visual data. Due to what I believe to be a particular sensitivity to inflammations of -all- kinds, I've had a build-up of inflammatory fluids around that area, and as a result, my retinas have begun to detach at an early age, and at a rather alarming rate.

Because detachment completely distorts incoming light, it changes a normal vision into this: http://img.webmd.com/dtmcms/live/webmd/consumer_assets/site_images/articles/health_tools/control_your_diabetes_slideshow/getty_rf_photo_of_sight_damage_from_diabetes.jpg (similar affliction to the retinas - my blood samples came out normally so its not at all diabetes)
The past few days, it's been getting even worse, half my sight in both eyes being blurred, and having an increased amount of spots. Medically, they can't do anything against this unless I get actual rips in my retinas, which would send me into ER to get laser treatments and prevent me from going blind permanently.

If at all possible, I'd prefer to keep that risk to a minimum and possibly avoid it completely. I'd much prefer keeping my eyesight intact and perhaps even cure it to normal.

What I know to influence the state:

- Lack of sleep (and, which causes more inflammations over time)
- Stress- General sensitivity to health issues (inflammations, infections, possibly a born immune deficiency leading to a higher amount of white blood cells)

So working on those can help prevent it from getting worse, but at times that's just not very plausible. Like these days. Does anyone have any idea what underlying non-physical reasons may be a cause to my impending blindness or even my sensitivity to inflammations?
(might also save this for Free Scan Saturday)

Thanks in advance, this would save my career.

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    Sunday, July 14 2013, 12:36 PM - #permalink
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    One thing to consider would be, this is an eye problem. Generally this can mean there is something going on that you do not want to see.
    Figuring out what that thing is might help, although I don't know if it will fix the existing damage.

    I'm not sure if you've done the Scan Saturday thing and gotten a more complete answer, but let me know. :)
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    Tuesday, August 06 2013, 12:41 PM - #permalink
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    Welll, nothing much happened on the Scan Sat. I wasn't there, and I'm not sure if anyone else was. Either way, the question was left unanswered and the problem has remained unchanged, although in light of the nature of the problem, that's probably a good thing :)
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