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I have the same problem a year or so ago, and doctors told me that it is incurable, urged me to to use Avastin injections which I refused to do. Having an innate distrust for doctors, especially the "incurable" verdict that makes one their patient for life and provides them with additional stable cash flow, I have done my own research and, as a result, completely cured myself. (My doctor reacted to this with no surprise saying "Sometimes it happens" and showed no interest when I told him that 'it' happened because of what I did).
What cured me is an infusion of equal parts of yarrow and celosia, a half oz of each in a quart of boiled water, steeping for about 20 minutes. I recommend drink a cup of the infusion 2 or 3 times a day. While yarrow is a well known blood purifier, celosia is comes from Traditional Chinese Medicine as specific for retinal vein occlusion. Because of that, it can be found mainly in Chinese health stores. I bought mine from ****. By the way, one acn grow it in a backyard, which I also did.
The Chinese refer to eyes as a "window of the soul" or, more practically, a "window of the liver to the world" meaning that the root cause of most eye problem is liver and/or gall bladder deficiency.
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