Optic neuritis: What is the cause and treatment?

optic neuritis

We are facing a disease, more common among women aged between 15 and 45 years, caused by inflammation of the optic nerve and loss manifests itself in just a few days, of the vision of one eye, but also can be affected both.

optic neuritis

Optic neuritis may result in loss of up to 20-30% of visual acuity and, in some cases, cause pain in the eye to make a move. What symptoms can alert us that something is wrong, how is optic neuritis?

Although a few weeks the symptoms may remit, it is necessary to avoid the relapse and, above all, keep in mind that the optic neuritis can be caused by the understanding of the optic nerve and even be a sign that anticipates multiple sclerosis.

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