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How can glaucoma be treated?

Q: I am a 38 years old housewife suffering from glaucoma in my one eye and cataract in the other. I consulted a doctor who prescribed medicines - Prednisolone and Betnesol eye drops. But during the course of treatment, the problem increased. Then we talked to the doctor regarding the increased problem. He told us that you can discontinue the treatment if you think that you are on wrong treatment. How can glaucoma be treated?

A:The medicines you have written are usually not given for any of them. Please send the doctor’s report, and that should convey the correct message. If you had glaucoma, it can be controlled. For cataract, you can undergo surgery. The drops you are using are steroids, and they cannot be used on the eye for long periods.

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