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Optic Neuritis

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Stem cell research and OPTIC NEURITIS

When it comes to optic neuritis, you haven’t looked at every option until you’ve tried our non-invasive Stem Cell Therapy treatment.

The eye is an intricate part of your body that is also vulnerable to several debilitating conditions. Optic neuritis is when the optic nerve (which delivers messages and signals from your eye to your brain) becomes inflamed. This inflammation tends to cause temporary vision loss; but this is regained when the inflammation settles down again. The onset of optic neuritis may be shocking or frightening at first, but there are ways to get past it.

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Cause of Optic Neuritis:

Reasons for why optic neuritis isn’t entirely well understood, because most cases are idiopathic (meaning there is no known cause), but there are common diseases and infections that have been linked to its conception; these include:
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Schilder’s disease
  • Mumps
  • Measles
  • Lyme Disease
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What is Optic Neuritis ?

The optic nerve is responsible for sending messages and signals to the brain from your eyes – this is what allows you to see. Optic neuritis indicates when the optic nerve becomes inflamed. Inflammation is usually offset by another nerve disease or infection.

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Optic Neuritis Symptoms:

Optic neuritis is distinguishable by a few common symptoms, which are:

  • Vision loss in one eye – this may last up to 7 or 10 days
  • Pain around the eye
  • Inability to see colors correctly
  • Inability to react to light properly
  • Seeing flashing lights

Optic Neuritis Risks:

In relation to other auto-immune disorders, risk factors for optic neuritis include:​

  • Age – optic neuritis is most common amongst adults between the ages of 20-40
  • Sex – women are much more likely to develop the condition
  • Race – it occurs more commonly amongst Caucasians



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