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Don't get fooled into treating for Cataracts.

Updated: Aug 5, 2023

Find out the difference between cataracts and nuclear sclerosis.



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Ginny Wilken
Ginny Wilken
30 de jan. de 2023

I have used N-acetyl carnosine drops for years, and they greatly improved my night vision (from 60 yrs old and on) I have also subsequently treated my dog's diagnosed "immune-mediated keratitis", in one eye, initially addressed briefly with a steroid and an antibiotic. No recurrence, and significant improvement in cloudiness. Vision is normal, as far as I can tell. I continue their use for us both. Yes, these cannot be advertised as medicinal, but the few brands available do work.

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Is you dog old and it is nuclear sclerosis?

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MJ Raichyk
MJ Raichyk
27 de jan. de 2023

We used a Russian eye drops product, which did have research on dogs and later on humans, [tho the results for humans took longer] for Tangerine, one our cats that had cataracts.. 2drops 2x per day and it worked and our Tangerine was so happy to see again normally... Can-C was listed as an ocular anti-oxidant... and was sold as an eye moisturizer. TTYL

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It is hard to get information on those drops.

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