Are your congenital disease Lead to any eye disease?
Many people tend to have underlying diseases already. the older Illness began to ask. and keep coming to visit like friends who haven’t seen each other for a long time causing the need to see a doctor on a regular basis certain congenital diseases that you have It may affect the eyes as well. Let’s see if there are any congenital diseases that you are suffering from…
A popular congenital disease, one of the most common diseases in Thai people.
Statistics have shown that people with diabetes for more than 10 years, about 70% of people with diabetes will find that. have diabetic retinopathy. And if diabetic for more than 30 years, will detect diabetic retinopathy up to 90%, of which 30% of patients will lose their vision to the point of blindness.
Usually, high blood pressure alone doesn’t affect vision much. However, high blood pressure is a risk factor for the progression of some eye diseases, such as:
– Diabetic eye
– Macular degeneration
– Affects veins and arteries in the retina, causing abnormal blood flow. cause deterioration of the eyes
Graves’ Disease, also known as Graves’ disease bulging eye goiter. A condition in which the thyroid gland produces too much hormone is called hyperthyroidism.
- Graves’ disease results in the following eye symptoms:
– The upper eyelid shrinks.
– The tissue around the eyes swells and pushes the eye forward. make like a person with bulging eyes
– Dry eyes. The protruding eyes are more exposed to the wind when the eyes are very dry, causing burning and discomfort to the eyes and causing blurry vision.
Swelling of the muscles around the eyes may cause blurred vision. This is because the swelling can lead to compression of the optic nerve. When the optic nerve is damaged, vision loss can occur. If anyone has any of these congenital diseases In addition to meeting a personal doctor Don’t forget to find time to check your eye health sometime. We’re worried.