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Restoration of Human Lacrimal Function Following Platelet-Rich Plasma Injection

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  • Restoration of Human Lacrimal Function Following Platelet-Rich Plasma Injection

    All cases showed a significant improvement in lacrimal volume (from 3.3 0.8 mm to 11.1 2.3 mm). In all the patients, an increase in tear break-up time values and a decrease in ocular staining (basal 8.0 0.612.8 0.5) with subjective improvement occurred. None of the patients presented any adverse effect, and none reported pain or discomfort. Additionally, no complications were observed
    see https://insights.ovid.com/pubmed?pmid=24240491

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    Thanks Bob for sharing, this is fascinating as I have Sjogrens. I am going to take this to my Dr at my appointment then end of this month.

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      Hi Farmgirl

      Just found this short video recently by American eye doctor, Laura Periman, MD, mentioning
      GLA helps with lacrimal glands.

      https://www.healio.com/ophthalmology...ry-eye-disease

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      • #4
        Thanks for the suggestion MGD. I usually take YES Parent Oils which I get from Amazon but I am going to try 2 months worth of these and see if there is a difference.

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