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Sudden nosebleeds and troubled eyesight. Diagnosed black dots in eyes due to cells around eyeballs. Suggestions?

My sister has trouble seeing. She has had sudden nosebleeds all of a sudden. She is 50 years old, walks alot for exercise. Now her eyesight isnt too good. She has seen a doctor who told her she has a virus in her eyes. Then sent her to an eyedoctor. He took her off the antibiotics. They have seen black dots in her eyes. They told her that it has to do with the cells around her eyeballs. We are very worried. We want to know if this is curable and she wont lose her
eyesight. What steps can she take to cure this, whatever she has.
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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From history it seems that your sister might have episode of severe high blood pressure leading to bleeding from nose and some petticheal hemorrhagic spots in her eyes.
Consult physician and get her examined.
Go for checking blood pressure regularly.
Rule out diabetes.
Go for fundoscopy examination.
Let your ophthalmologist get proper diagnosis, after diagnosis we can have some clue regarding her vision.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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