Homeopathy Medicine for Pterygium

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A pterygium is a benign or noncancerous growth of the conjunctiva or mucous membrane that covers the white portion of our eye over the cornea. A pterygium is frequently shaped like a wedge and is usually painless and untreated, but it can be removed if it impairs our vision.

Causes of Pterygium

Pterygium occurs more frequently in people who live in warm climates and spend a lot of time outdoors in sunny or windy environments, but the exact cause of this condition is unknown. People whose eyes are exposed to certain elements on a regular basis have a higher risk of developing this condition. These elements include:

  • pollen
  • sand
  • smoke
  • wind

Symptoms of Pterygium

When symptoms do arise from a pterygium, they are typically mild and include the following.

  1. Redness
  2. Blurred vision
  3. Eye irritation.
  4. may also experience itching or a burning sensation.

A thick or larger pterygium can make us feel as though we have something foreign in our eye and may cause us to stop wearing contact lenses due to discomfort. If a pterygium grows large enough to cover the cornea, it can impair our vision.

Homeopathic Medicine for Pterygium

With a thorough case history of the patient and consideration of the patient’s signs and symptoms, homoeopathic medications will be prescribed. Useful medications for pterigium include:

Zincum metallicum, Argentum nitricum, Natrum muriaticum, Natrum sulphuricum, etc.

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