Rama is blind , but possible to recover if better treatment is given .
Patient Treatment History
For 38-year-old Rema, she has done 16 major operations so far. Yet the young woman is in complete darkness.The disease, which started when she was in ninth grade, is getting worse. She lost her eyesight completely and lost her right eye. Rema was diagnosed at the age of fourteen. His eyes were red. Then the hair began to grow. Eventually, it started gaining visibility. There are no untreated places. He was treated in Manipal and Bangalore. He was treated at Calicut Contrast, Dannalakshmi in Kannur, Aligarh Eye Hospital in Uttar Pradesh, Arvind Eye Hospital in Coimbatore and Little Flower Hospital in Angamaly. Each operation costs around a lakh. But Rama's misery alone did not go away. It was in the meantime that Dr. Vinod, a leading London dermatologist, learned about it. Vinod was contacted by Dr. JK Shetty, who has been treating Rema regularly. They were also promised treatment when they returned home.Later, someone told him that if he removes the skin, he will regain sight and the hair will stop growing. They were thrilled with that information. Her mother padmavadhi had promised to give her a eye skin . It is in the midst of Rema's sadness that she opens the door to a new life and marries Perlankadam Mohan. Shortly after his wedding, Mohanan was injured in an accident and broke both legs. Mohanan's life was with a steel-clad foot. The misery is not settled here.Mohanan's mother was also diagnosed with cancer when his wife became ill. Ramak became sad over sadness. Two children were born. The eldest daughter Reshma is six years old and the second is a six month old girl. The sadness in Rema's mind now is beyond the illness, when I look at my children when my eyesight is completely gone. Rama cannot go anywhere alone now. Someone needs to be involved.But when the eye is sunny, the vision fades. So while traveling abroad for treatment, it is very difficult. Rema was born in the area where the endosulfan was poisoned. Helicopter poisoning can be sprayed all over the house. Rema says I may be the first victim of endosulfan. Rema has fled to several camps to find endosulfan victims. There was no use except to hide hope in the blind eyes. His father Gopalan Nair says that no one can see only my mole. Maybe the sight will come back after getting good treatment.But after many years of treatment, Rema is left with no hands. She and her children are now living with their father in the house after the accident of the husband… the drug needs a good amount. They hope someone comes to the aid. Cut eyelashes weekly. Dr. JK Shetty, who has been treating Rema for 20 years, does it for free. Even if a powder falls on the eye, it is unbearable. We cannot imagine how fur-filled the pains will be.
Reported By Kasaragod Volanteer Shiva Prasad - 9539576809
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