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Can we cure squint with Ayurveda Treatment ?

Hi Doctor, My son is 4 years old We have took him for eye observation to Aravind Eye Coimbatore as we noticed squit appear to his left eye sometimes Docotors diagnosed it as intermittent squint and he is also having Myopia and Astigmatism SO they recommended to wear glass and review after 6months SO i would like to know from the experts that Myopia and Astigmatism kind of refraction errors will cause intermittent squint? Can we cure squint with Ayurveda Treat ment. Krish
Fri, 27 Sep 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
1. any problem of double vision?
2. squint in children improve or reduces on its own, and because it is a kind of refractive error thus wearing glasses can correct the problem to some extent.
3. constant observation and Reviewing him periodically will decide the outcome.
4. In the mean time start with saptamrit lauha,trifla ghrita and tratak karma after consulting with an Ayurveda Physician.
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Ram Mani Bhandari's  Response
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There is separate branch in Ayurveda for eyes called Shalakya (ENT). Ayurveda has addressed eye problems and treatment well. But these things are not in actual practice and you should do with experienced hand only. There are few Ayurvedic treatment with Panchakarma and Herbal Medicines. For that you have to visit Ayurveda specialist.
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Nikul Patel's  Response
I am not sure about the result but you can try the safe medicines.. it cant do any side effctes to your son. so that youshould have to try

1. Pathyadi ghan 1 tab twice a day
2. saptamrut loh 1 tab twice a day
3. Tab Leptafden 1 tab twice a day
4. punanrnavashtak ghan 1 tab twice a day

wash eyes with trifla water and use opthacare drops twice a day

Dr. Nikul Patel
Ayurveda Consultant
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Ophthalmologist Dr. Arun Chaudhari's  Response
Squint in small children often reduces on its own. The fact that he has a refractive error. He needs to wear glasses, many times squint gets corrected by weraing glasses. Review after 6mnths - 1 year will decide if surgery is required. Intermeittent squint may not be an indication for early surgery as childs vision will be good, still one may need surgery to develop Binocular Vision
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Rajesh Lakhanpaul's  Response
It is good that you are under treatment of highly efficient doctors and one must abide by their advise. Over activity before electronic gadget also contribute to such problems and kids who are choosy about diet and donot accept balanced diet land in such problems like myopia. As far as squint or astigmatism is concerned many a time it calls for surgey. I would advice you to add sapt amrit loh till your next appointment and let us hope he improves.
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