Created - 21 Dec 2015Last Modified - 14 Jul 2019

Retinitis Pigmentosa treatment is available now at India's leading Ayurdea hospital Prakash Nethralya and Panchakarma Kendra. Retinitis Pigmentosa is group of inherited eye disorder that leads to blindness if not cure well on time. Retinitis Pigmentosa affect to the retina of the light responsive tissue coated the back of eye. The first stage when we see any object takes place at retina. It is the diseases that can't be cured completely; loss of vision is gradual and progressive in it. To get rid of from this eye disorder proper and authentic treatment on time is essential.

What are the Causes of Retinitis Pigmentosa?

The main cause of retinitis Pigmentosa is hereditary. Retinitis Pigmentosa is caused due to genetic disorder. Under all the condition of retinitis Pigmentosa the retina get affected to respond over light. The disorder may arise in any part of retina between the cells and rod or cone cells.

What is retina?

Basically it is a light-responsive tissue which is at the backside of eye. Two layers are there in retina a thin and a thicker one. The thin layer is known as pigment epithelium and the thicker one is known as neural retina made up of various layers of cells. In one layer of neural retina millions of cells are there called as photoreceptors. Photoreceptors are able to react to light. The cells which are connected in the retinas' central portion are known as cone cells. This cells permit to see color and fine detail. Rod cells are those which are away from retinas' central portion and in number of 120 million. Rod cells facilitate to see things in the dim light and give marginal vision outer of the major line of sight.


What are the Symptoms of Retinitis Pigmentosa?

The most ordinary symptom of retinitis Pigmentosa is facing difficulty to seeing in poor lights for e.g. the sufferer of this disorder unable to see the things in dim lights and at dusk. Another symptom is decrease in the vision from visual fields. According to this symptom the sufferer faces the problem of vision loss from sides or from below and above. When the outer cone cells and rod cells affected from the disorder the symptom or the tunnel vision arises.

Under some of the retinitis pigmentosa conditions the problem of central vision loss causes first. The sufferer also faces the issues while reading print and executing detailed work. All the condition of retinitis Pigmentosa is progressive, but the speed of deterioration varies from person to person. Glare from intense lights is a mounting issue, but not for all the people some may experience this in the advance stage of retinitis Pigmentosa. Here you will find some more common symptoms that indicate retinitis Pigmentosa - Retinitis Pigmentosa

How is Retinitis Pigmentosa inherited?

Retinitis Pigmentosa inherited in 3 ways :

  • Automsomal dominant inheritance : In this pattern Automsomal dominant inheritancethe retinitis Pigmentosa disorder exist in a family member male or female anyone that can transfer to the child and 50% chances are there for being passed of this disorder from affected parent to child.
  • Automsomal recessive inheritance : In this pattern usually there is no family history of this eye disorder but, if two hauliers who show no clear symptoms have a baby, then 25% possibilities are there that the baby will have retinitis Pigmentosa.
  • X-linked inheritance : In this pattern of the retinitis Pigmentosa females of the family are carriers, whereas males develop the disease. Mild form of retinitis Pigmentosa is developed by the carriers. For e.g. a father has X-linked retinitis Pigmentosa, then the boy baby not develop Retinitis Pigmentosa but the girl baby will become carrier. There are 50 per cent possibilities of giving birth to an affected son and 50% of daughters will be carriers.

Reasons for the Development of Retinitis Pigmentosa

There are not any hard and fast rules of developing Retinitis Pigmentosa. Although, in almost all the cases, the premature symptoms of retinitis Pigmentosa develop between the age of 10 years and 30 years.

Can Retinitis Pigmentosa Identify through Eye Test?

Prakash Nethralya and Panchakarma Kendra have cured many cases of Retinitis Pigmentosa. The disorder is identifying exactly from the proper examination of eye by the doctor through ophthalmoscope. Retinitis Pigmentosa cure is possible, but the disease can't be treated permanently. The tests are present which process the area of visual field that is still use able and the capability to acclimatize to levels of low light. Many people posted in the testimonials after getting authentic treatment of retinitis Pigmentosa from the most renowned Ayurvedic hospital in India.

Retinities Pigmentosa Treatment in Ayurveda

As it is an incurable disease, but still the ayurveda has power to heal the eyes suffered from retinitis pigmentosa. Ayurvedic treatment of retinitis Pigmentosa is the safest treatment it does not carry any kind of side effects. The treatment provided under ayurveda is natural. Panchakarma therapies prove best in order to cure Retinitis Pigmentosa. Ayurveda is the oldest science that includes natural herbs for the treatments. Ayurveda treatment of retinitis Pigmentosa is given by stopping the procedure of degeneration.

Best Ayurveda Hospital

The name of Parkash Nethralya and Panchakarma Kendra is very common. It is an ayurvedic hospital that provides natural treatment of several eye diseases and some general diseases at very affordable prices. Team of expert and professional doctors are here that not only help you to cure the disease, but also support you to fight with the crucial retinitis Pigmentosa. The vision of the leading doctor of Parkash Nethralya Dr. Dinesh Sharma is to provide authentic ayurveda treatment. Hospital also organise medical camps in different cities in order to serve all those people who are unable to get effective treatment of crucial diseases like Retinitis Pigmentosa, Diabetic Retinopathy, Age related Macular degeneration, Asthma, etc.

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