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    Hi guys, I was wondering if there is anybody out there who has experienced red, black and white triangles in their vision. My girlfriend has just gone to hospital as she is experiencing this problem which is obviously causing loss of vision and I think a constant headache as well. She is suffering with diabetes but has managed to stay on top of it through much more healthier protocols. If anyone out there has had a similar problem please let me know asap as she is in hospital having a few eye tests done and will no doubt be scared and worried sick. Thanking you all.

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    Scorpio G sorry to hear about this. Sending some good thoughts and well wishes. I dont know too much about the eyes but maybe floaters?

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    I have had something similar - prismatic, zig-zag lines, and I found it is called "silent migraine" or "ocular migraine".
    I repeatedly read that it was nothing to worry about, sometimes causing a mild headache. It does make it hard to do much when it happens, but I find that it passes quickly if I just lay down and close my eyes for 20 minutes or so. I can also see the zig-zags with my eyes closed, so I figure they are not caused by my actual eyes.

    I found another cause for it may be Kaleidoscope Vision, which could indicate worse problems. Here is an article about the subject:
    https://www.healthline.com/health/kaleidoscope-vision

    I hope they can figure it out for her, and hopefully it will be the more common "silent migraine" thingy like mine.
    "We're all bozos on this bus"

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    Hello Lou, with Moringa powder (Good Quality, not this garbage from India 1Kg = 20$) you can fix diabetes 2 and is very good for the eyes. Please read by yourself in the Internet about the magic tree. Ask the seller about the ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) from his Moringa. Below 70000/100g is low quality. Best Moringa have 120 000 ORAC and must be green color (not brown) and smell strong like radish.

    1 small spoon (3 -5g) day mixed in your smoothie or anything else would be enough.

    Top quality Moringa is very strong and do not take it on empty stomach or after noon.. If you take it in the evening you will be wide awake and not sleepy at all.

    optimum is when 1/3 of the consumed Moringa is taken as Tee, because some of the flavanols can be released just by heat.

    whish you good recovery!

    Marijo

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    Just to touch base with the good people that replied, my girlfriend was diagnosed as having a mini stroke to the Occcipital Lobe which is at the back of the head. She was experiencing loss of periphery on the left and suffering from hallucinatory patterns plus mandelbrot type geometric patterns in colour. She now can't drive for about 6 weeks and will have to be thoroughly tested in about 6 weeks time as well.

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    Quote Posted by Scorpio Girl (here)
    Just to touch base with the good people that replied, my girlfriend was diagnosed as having a mini stroke to the Occcipital Lobe which is at the back of the head. She was experiencing loss of periphery on the left and suffering from hallucinatory patterns plus mandelbrot type geometric patterns in colour. She now can't drive for about 6 weeks and will have to be thoroughly tested in about 6 weeks time as well.
    Wishing her all the very best for a total recovery. ❤️

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    This problem is sometimes caused by either hypoglycemia, cranial hypotension and depletion of one the essential minerals we need.

    Check magnesium, selenium, zinc, also calcium tablets for some people.

    Though it seems mentally disturbing to those affected, it’s caused by electrolytic imbalance , is temporary and not difficult to remedy.

    Please check with your friends GP for recommended dosage of magnesium, calcium etc., depending on her individual condition.

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