Diabetic Retinopathy

Retinopathy is the medical term for damage to the tiny blood vessels (capillaries) that nourish the retina, the tissue at the back of your eye that captures light and relays information to your brain. These blood vessels are often affected by the high blood sugar levels associated with diabetes. Unfortunately, these delicate vessels hemorrhage easily. Blood may leak into the retina and vitreous, causing spots or floaters, along with decreased vision.
  1. In the early, most treatable stages of diabetic retinopathy, you usually experience no visual symptoms or pain. The disease can even progress to an advanced stage without any noticeable change in your vision.

  2. Some common symptoms of diabetic retinopathy are listed below, however, diabetes may cause other eye symptoms.

  3. Spiders, cobwebs or tiny specks floating in vision

  4. Dark streaks or a red film that vision

  5. Vision loss or blurred vision

  6. A dark or empty spot in the center of your vision

  7. Poor night vision

  8. Difficulty adjusting from bright light to dim light.

Ayurvedic treatment
  • Herbal medicines

  • Netreatarpan

  • Diet changes

  • Helps to reverse the changes