In early 2009, I started the blog NjCataractRemoval.com, which is dedicated to providing the latest quality information about alternative treatments to cataract surgery. People who are afflicted with cataracts, or who have loved ones who are afflicted with it, often send me emails thanking me for creating a place where they can go to find out more about the condition, and to answer some of the questions they have about the less invasive ways of treating cataracts, rather than surgery. People also ask me what my main reasons were for starting the blog, and if I have had cataracts myself. Well, the answer is fortunately, no, I have never had cataracts, but I do have very personal reasons for starting a blog that is dedicated to cataracts.
Cataracts is a condition that affects millions of people every year, and my grandfather is one of those people. My sisters and I have always been very close to my grandparents. When we were young and our parents would go out, or go on vacation, Nana and Grandfather would always come over and baby sit for us. So my sisters and I grew close to them from an early age.
My grandparents names are James and Olivia, and they live in Edison New Jersey and have always been active throughout their lives. They love to go driving on road trips to visit friends and family all across the Eastern part of the United States.
My grandfather James, had good vision his whole life, but as he moved into his senior years, his vision began to slowly deteriorate. He started complaining about a glare, as well as haziness when he would drive, especially at night. It got so bad that he was too nervous to drive at night anymore. He finally went to see his Opthalmologist and was suddenly diagnosed with senile cataracts in both eyes. The doctor recommended surgery to remove the cataracts and explained that cataract surgery was a common and safe procedure that had become a routine procedure in medicine in recent years.
Since my grandfather was a health nut throughout his life, and had never had any major surgery, he was totally against getting surgery on his eyes. So, he enlisted some of us in the family to help him look for alternative treatments. While doing some extensive research online to find alternatives to cataract surgery, I found out about Can-C eye drops.
Can-C N-Acetylcarnosine eye drops solution acts as an anti oxidant which protects the lens and its structural proteins from the oxidation process induced by free radicals. This has the affect of safely and painlessly reversing senile cataracts.
Can-C is the original cataract eye drop treatment which has been clinically tested and has a track record of 10 plus years of successfully reversing cataracts on people world wide.
Also, while doing my research about cataract treatments I discovered some interesting facts about cataract surgery. Although cataract surgery is among the most commonly performed surgical procedures anywhere, there is a compelling rate of complication as a result of the surgery. Between 30% and 50% of all patients in the United States that have cataract surgery done, develop posterior lens opacification within 24 months of the procedure and therefore require further surgical correction treatments. And about 3% of all cataract surgery cases have more serious complications such as a detached retina as a result of the surgery.
Another factor that played into my grandfather’s decision not to have surgery was the cost. We found that on average it costs about $3,000 per eye to have cataract surgery. And since my grandfather lives in New Jersey and would be getting New Jersey cataract treatment, or New York cataract treatment, the cost for his surgery would be even more. Although he never got a specific price quote from his doctor, I’m quite sure that the price for NJ cataract surgery and NY cataract surgery is significantly higher than in most other parts of the U.S.
So, those were the primary reasons he opted to give Can-C a try. My grandfather started taking Can-C eye drops in October of 2008. He would put two drops in each eye in the morning, and two drops in each eye in the evening. He did this religiously for about 4 to 5 weeks before he started seeing major results. He reported that the glare and the haziness started clearing up. About 2 months in he started doing short drives at night and was not having any problems seeing the road. We were all amazed at how quickly and significantly the change in his eyesight came, and he reported no discomfort and no pain from taking the Can-C eye drops on a dialy basis.
After New Years 2009, my grandfather started claiming that he felt that he was seeing better than he had prior to developing cataracts. Needless to say, none of us expected these remarkable results. Today, my Grandfather is still active and still driving without a problem, even at night. He continues to take Can-C about once a day now, just to maintain his good vision, and as a preventative measure against cataracts forming again.
After playing a small role in helping my grandfather avoid cataract surgery, and being a witness to what is just an unbelievable recovery from cataracts, I decided to start the Njcataractremoval.com blog about the whole experience. I think it’s important to get the word out and let people who may be in the same situation as my grandfather know, that they are not alone, and that they do have other options when it comes to cataract treatments.
I hope that this blog post has been helpful to you, and you can also find a lot of other content about Can-C posted throughout my blog.
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This article was written by Andrew Macnair
Andrew Macnair is the founder and webmaster of NjCataractRemoval.com
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