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Diabetes Retinopathy Overview

Diabetes can damage the small blood vessels in part of your eye. This part of the eye is called the retina. It detects light that enters the eye. Then it sends signals to your brain about what the eye sees.

When this type of eye damage happens, it’s called diabetic retinopathy. It can lead to poor vision and even blindness.

Symptoms of diabetic retinopathy

  • Blurred, double, or distorted vision or trouble reading.
  • Floaters or spots in your vision.
  • Partial or total loss of vision. Or you might have a shadow or veil across your field of vision.
  • Pain, pressure, or constant redness of the eye.

What causes diabetic retinopathy?

Diabetes damages small blood vessels throughout the body. If you aren’t able to keep your blood sugar levels in a target range, it can cause damage to your blood vessels. Diabetic retinopathy happens when high blood sugar damages the tiny blood vessels of the retina.

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Consult trusted & experienced diabetes care professionals

₹500

Pay online to book a consultation

Timing: 9:00 am to 7:30 pm

Video call/In-person options

Private & Secure platform

15 days free followup

How online consultation works?

• Pay online using UPI/Card/Wallet

• We will get in touch to confirm the time

• Begin your online consultation 

Note: Please keep all your questions & latest reports ready (if any) before the consultation