RP stands for Retinitis Pigmentosa and this disease is refer to a collection of several diseases which are responsible for slow and continuous loss of vision. In each of these diseases, a regular loss of photosensitive retinal cells can be observed. These retinal cells are generally known as cones and rods.
In most of the cases Retinitis Pigmentosa is caused by genetic or inherited issues. Although it is not so obvious that the symptoms will be observed in every generation. So, it is good to have an idea of family history, which will help you to inform the doctor at the time of check up and you will get an immediate cure for this disease.
In other cases, Retinitis Pigmentosa is also linked with other health issues like, loss of hearing power, cataract and glaucoma.
A 25 years patient named, Anand visited for the regular treatment of his eyes. The problem which he was facing is that he was not able to see things properly. After the proper treatment, we confirmed that he was in torment of the disease of Retinitis Pigmentosa. His eyes were enormously affected by the disease. He was not able to see properly in night, which means that the disease had developed fully. After performing all the internal check-ups, there were many vital things which came out related to the problems and situation of his eyes; all this required extreme care and treatment. So, the HOD of Prakash Nethralaya and Panchkarma Kendra, Mr. Dinesh Sharma advised him to get two simultaneous Panchkarma therapies.
Dr. Dinesh Sharma is very skilled in performing Panchkarma therapy. So, he started the process in a very efficient way, so that the patient may not get afraid from the disease. He itself advised the sufferer to take Ayurvedic treatment because Ayurvedic treatment is regarded as the safest and most secure treatment since there are no side-effects of any medicine. After hearing this Anand got motivated and decided to go for the Ayurvedic treatment which continued for near about 6 months. Now, he is very satisfied with the treatment, as he is able to see the things properly, even in night.