Has anyone used Inovisio Eye Drops for the removal of cataracts?
Cataracts require surgery-outpatient-very fast recovery.
Eye drops are not going to do anything to remove a cataracts. Cataract removal by an eye doctor is rather easy today and and is done in usually less than an hour and then you go home. I just had a friend have his cataracts removed and he is hopeful he will not need glasses anymore. It is also painless. Don't rely on dubious cures, see an eye doctor.
I asked a similar question here last year about Nu-Eyes eye drops. They are also sold under the name Can-C. They're all the same thing, I believe, N-acetylcarnosine. I never got a good answer, but if you search "Nu-Eyes cataract eye drops" in ThriftyFun, you'll see the earlier discussion.
I am very wary of any kind of surgery, however safe people say it is. We only get one pair of eyes. I would love to find eye drops that work so I don't have to have the surgery eventually.
I've done a little more online research on this, and have found a list of nutritional supplements that are mentioned in various places as helpful in preventing or even improving cataracts - glutathione, N-acetylcysteine, alpha lipoic acid, vitamins A, C and E, bilberry, eyebright, selenium, etc.
There are pills sold that contain all of these things in the right amounts, and they're usually about $30 for a month's supply. I tried one of them, Vision Formula, sold at Walgreen's for $26/month's supply, and they helped, but they are no longer on the market, and I don't know what happened to them. I have also used Similisan's cataract drops, and they're helpful but not as good as Vision Formula was.
I also found that cataracts are a leading cause of blindness in poor countries, and that in East Nigeria, there is a local herbal eyedrop treatment that apparently is quite successful. Unfortunately, it causes the clouded lens to slip to the bottom of the eye, restoring vision, but not attractive. It does give me hope, at least, that an eyedrop can be made that will help.
There are also new improved gel-type lenses that have been developed recently to be used in the surgery, so I am hopeful that the longer I can use the supplements to at least slow the progression of the cataracts, the better the technology will be if and when I have to have the surgery.
I have been using CAN-C eye drops for several yrs now. They dissolved the cataracts that were beginning in both of my eyes (diagnosed during eye exam in '03) within 3 wks 95% of symptoms gone, just a bit of glare sensitivity left, likely 'cause I'm getting older. Now, using 1 drop/day in each eye. Regular supplier stopped selling them, so I'm looking for another. These drops work folks and there is nothing in the Innovative Vision Products that is harmful to the eye as I carefully checked out with several NIH research doctors who do eye research. Do your reasearch and check carefully!
Inoviso always answer emails but are very much non committal. Wise Medicine - the Russian experiment based product - never respond to any email. Used the Wise medicine product for 5 months religiously on diabetic induced cataracts that only begun in July last year with no discernible improvement. Due to the fact I'm desperate and at least Invisio answer correspondence - plus they clai8m to refund if it doesn't work - I'm going for their product this time. Let you know what happens if anything. Happy to speak to people on this subject my email is dorothyskarpaas AT hotmail.com
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