How to Cure the Pink Eye?

(Part 2) article A new book, Pink Eye Medicine, will be released in India next week.

Its the first book to examine the issue of pink eye.

The author, Dr Gopinath Mishra, who also has experience treating diabetes, was the first Indian woman to be named a top doctor by Forbes India in January this year.

A few days later, the publication of the book was delayed by a couple of months. 

“It was very frustrating.

It was a real battle, a real emotional one.

There were a lot of people who were against the book.

I think the most important thing was to get it out there.

The people in the book industry know the situation very well,” said Mishra. 

Mishra said the main issue was lack of knowledge among doctors and the public.

“When a doctor is in a pink eye, he is the first one to call out to the patient.

It is very important for him to know how to treat a patient,” said the medical practitioner. 

Dr Mishra said a pink-eye patient often has to go through the ordeal of having their eyes taken away because they are not equipped to deal with the condition.

“If they do not get the eye taken away, the patient will be in a state of shock.

It could be for weeks or months, and they may even end up in hospital.

It can be extremely distressing.

I do not recommend people to go into this for the first time.

This is a very scary condition, and I don’t recommend it for anybody,” said Dr Mishra who has treated hundreds of patients with the disease. 

 Dr Kavita Bhatt, professor of surgery and orthopaedics at the Indian Institute of Medical Sciences, has been studying the issue for a few years. 

She said she had been surprised to learn how common it is for patients to have to go to a private hospital. 

Bhatt said, “It is an easy condition to diagnose.

It has to be treated by a specialist, who has to undergo a series of tests to establish what is wrong and what is normal.

There is no real understanding among doctors about what is going on in their patients’ eyes.” 

Batt, the director of the Institute for Clinical Medicine, also said, “There are no tests available in India that would give the patient any kind of certainty about what the eye might be.

In India, patients are not properly trained to deal in this, so the issue is a bit of a mystery. 

It is important that we educate the public and give them information.

The whole idea behind Pink Eye is to get people educated,” said Batt. 

The author of the Pink eye book, Gopinsh Mishra (centre), has studied the condition for more than 25 years.

He is the director, Indian Institute for Medical Sciences (IIMS), New Delhi, and the author of a number of books. 

What is pink eye? 

What causes pink eye syndrome? 

Why are there so many pink eye sufferers in India? 

Can pink eye surgery cure pink eye patients? 

Will I need to be hospitalized? 

Is there a cure? 

Pink eye is an eye condition that can occur when the outer layer of the cornea, called the iris, becomes damaged due to the effects of certain substances in the eye, including vitamin A. There are various types of pink-eyed people in India, and the main one is those with hyperpigmentation. 

Pink-eye sufferers have been found to have more than 30 different causes of the condition, ranging from congenital deformities and eye diseases to genetic predisposition. 

However, no one has yet been able to prove that a specific vitamin A deficiency is the main cause of the eye condition. 

According to Mishra and Bhatt’s book, pink eye is the result of a hormonal imbalance, a type of abnormality in the body’s hormonal system, which results in an increase in the production of a hormone called beta-hydroxybutyrate (BHB). 

According, BHB is a chemical that is produced by cells in the retina, and it is released into the blood stream by cells called blood vessels. 

Vitamin A deficiency can cause the hormone BHB to build up in the blood and is one of the most common causes of pink eyed patients. 

In India, about 20 per cent of the population is believed to be suffering from pink eye condition, which is estimated to be at least 2 per cent globally. 

Although the condition is prevalent in India and around the world, there is no specific treatment available. 

Some doctors believe that treatment can help a patient with the pink-eyed eye condition by correcting the abnormal chemical imbalance in the hormones. 

For example, there are treatments for hyperpigeonosis, a condition