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Is gloeye tablets safe for eye treatment?

I have been prescribed GLOete tablets for eye. Are they useful for eye treatment? This is Pycnogenol (French naritime extract pine bark extract and bilberry extract tablets. It is written on the pack that they are diatery supplement and are not for medical use These are costly too Do you think that the doctor prescribed them for their real value?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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Glo eye tablets contain, multivitamins, proteins and antioxidants. They are usually prescribed in elderly individuals for preventing some age related diseases.
In Ophthalmology they are prescribed to delay the progression of cataract, age related macular degeneration and some other eye diseases seen in elderly individuals.
Hence I advice you to get it clarifoed whether you are having any of these diseases which require these supplements to delay the progression of the disease.
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Answered: Wed, 21 Aug 2013
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