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Doctor insights on: Remedies For Pendular Nystagmus

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What homeopathic remedy works for nystagmus?

What homeopathic remedy works for nystagmus?

Get diagnosis 1st: Please first see a neurologist to get a solid diagnosis. Then, if wanting homeopathic treatment, you'll need a skilled homeopath because nystagmus isn't something for which you can successfully treat yourself. There are at least 30+ homeopathic medicines that include nystagmus in their uses. Resources for homeopaths: www.Homeopathyusa.Org and www.Nationalcenterforhomeopathy.Org good luck! ...Read more

Pendular Nystagmus (Definition)

Pendular nystagmus is a symptom in which a person's eyeballs move back and forth (oscillate) in a smooth pattern. In another type of nystagmus (eyeball oscillation), the movement in one direction is slow, but the returning motion in the opposite direction is quick. Nystagmus can be present at birth or can occur later ...Read more


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What is the treatment for nystagmus?

What is the treatment for nystagmus?

Nystagmus: Treatment depends on the cause. See a neurologist and/or neuro-ophthalmologist for an examination to determine the reason the nystagmus is present. ...Read more

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Is there any type of cure / treatment for nystagmus?

No: Though many experimental treatments have been tried, there is no good treatment for most common types of nystagmus. ...Read more

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What is the modality of treatment for a chorioretinal scar in a boy of 12 yr possibly due to a cong.Toxoplasmosis who has developed nystagmus ?

Toxo: If it is an inactive and stable chorio-retinal scar then the treatment is observation. If the toxoplasmosis has re-activated and there is inflammation associated with the scar, then it would may likely require treatment with a retina specialist. Nystagmus may be treated with eye muscle surgery depending on type and severity. This would require an evaluation with a pediatric ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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How do you treat nystagmus?

Nystagmus treatment: Most nystagmus is congenital in nature and the only treatment is giving glasses or contact lenses to maximize vision. If it is new onset, it needs to be evaluated by an ophthalmologist to determine the cause. ...Read more

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What function does a nystagmus have?

Not always: Nystagmus is the reaction of the eye to congenital low vision and optic nerve disease. It also occurs when the retinal vision is disturbed or too much light enters the eye. In these cases it might be a little protective to prevent burning the retina from outside light. Some of it simply occurs with no obvious pathology and in these cases the function is unknown. ...Read more

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How do I avoid developing nystagmus?

Unlikely: Most nystagmus is congenital and deals with either defects in the central vision (such as albinos) or "wiring" defects in the ocular muscular control centers. These are developmental and cannot be avoided. Adult onset nystagmus comes about most from side effects of medications or intoxications. You can avoid these by changing the medications or the behavior. ...Read more

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What function does a nystagmus have?

No function: Is usually not desirable to have, and can be as a result of a congenital or acquired cause. Saccadic movements can appear as slow and fast, and might appear like it's nystagmus, when it's not, and are normal findings during testing. ...Read more

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Nystagmus (Definition)

Nystagmus is a condition in which a person's eyeballs jiggle back and forth. The rhythmic jiggling can be present at birth (congenital nystagmus) or it can begin later due to a brain ...Read more