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  • _Ruby_
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    Happy to help. Let us know how he gets on and remember to be really pushy with the doctors if you have to.

    For eye treatment, i dont think he will find much better.

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  • XRUHYX
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    Originally posted by _Ruby_ View Post
    Just some additional info:

    Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is the world's oldest specialist eye hospital. We are a world-renowned centre for ophthalmic treatment, teaching and research. Many of our consultants have international reputations for their expertise, and are invited to attend and speak at conferences and seminars across the world. A vast number of ophthalmologists (eye doctors) from the UK and around the world have at some point worked or learned at Moorfields.

    Patients come to Moorfields from across the UK. The majority of people come from London and the south east for treatment and surgery for relatively common eye conditions such as cataract. Others are referred from further afield and even from abroad with the most rare, complex and difficult cases.

    If you have an eye condition and would like to come to Moorfields, you must be referred by your GP or your current ophthalmologist. If you have an emergency or need urgent treatment you can come into our accident and emergency department, which is open 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.
    :jkk: sis :love:

    I'll speak to my bro and see if he can take him there.

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  • _Ruby_
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    Just some additional info:

    Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is the world's oldest specialist eye hospital. We are a world-renowned centre for ophthalmic treatment, teaching and research. Many of our consultants have international reputations for their expertise, and are invited to attend and speak at conferences and seminars across the world. A vast number of ophthalmologists (eye doctors) from the UK and around the world have at some point worked or learned at Moorfields.

    Patients come to Moorfields from across the UK. The majority of people come from London and the south east for treatment and surgery for relatively common eye conditions such as cataract. Others are referred from further afield and even from abroad with the most rare, complex and difficult cases.

    If you have an eye condition and would like to come to Moorfields, you must be referred by your GP or your current ophthalmologist. If you have an emergency or need urgent treatment you can come into our accident and emergency department, which is open 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.

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  • _Ruby_
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    Originally posted by XRUHYX View Post
    Thanks - is there anything special about this hospital because he's been to a general eye hospital and they've done every test there is but couldn't find anything.
    They are highly, highly specialised.

    from their homepage:

    Moorfields is one of the world’s leading eye hospitals, providing expertise in clinical care, research and teaching and education.

    Our main focus is the treatment and care of NHS patients with a wide range of eye problems, from common complaints to rare conditions, which require treatments not available anywhere else in the UK. We treat people at our main hospital in London’s City Road and at 21 other locations in and around the capital, which enables us to provide expert treatment closer to patients’ homes.

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  • XRUHYX
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    Originally posted by _Ruby_ View Post
    Have you tried the Moorfields Eye hospital? http://www.moorfields.nhs.uk/Home

    I work in an eye clinic in a different hospital, but we send all our emergency cases there and a lot of our consultants work there too. I dont know of any other specialist eye hospitals im afraid.
    Thanks - is there anything special about this hospital because he's been to a general eye hospital and they've done every test there is but couldn't find anything.

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  • XRUHYX
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    Originally posted by Fuaadh View Post
    SubhanAllah, may Allah restore his eyesight and complete shif3a. Did you get anyone to do ruqya on him? There've been some users recently who were in hospital and the doctors didn't know what caused their illness and after they did ruqya, they came to find out it was sihr/jin related issues.
    Ameen.

    We've been reciting the Quran and different dua's but not really specifically done Ruqyah.

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  • _Ruby_
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    Originally posted by XRUHYX View Post
    Yes
    Have you tried the Moorfields Eye hospital? http://www.moorfields.nhs.uk/Home

    I work in an eye clinic in a different hospital, but we send all our emergency cases there and a lot of our consultants work there too. I dont know of any other specialist eye hospitals im afraid.

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  • Fuaadh
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    SubhanAllah, may Allah restore his eyesight and complete shif3a. Did you get anyone to do ruqya on him? There've been some users recently who were in hospital and the doctors didn't know what caused their illness and after they did ruqya, they came to find out it was sihr/jin related issues.

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  • XRUHYX
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    Originally posted by _Ruby_ View Post
    Are you/him based in the UK?
    Yes

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  • _Ruby_
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    Originally posted by XRUHYX View Post

    Please also share any information that would help.
    Does anyone know any good eye specilaists?
    :jkk:
    Are you/him based in the UK?

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  • XRUHYX
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    Please carry on making dua for him - no major improvements as of yet. He can only see a tiny bit from the side of his one eye and the specialists still don't know what's wrong with him apart from sort of virus that caused it. They don't even know what the virus is. Only Allah can help inshaAllah.
    Last edited by XRUHYX; 03-06-12, 07:22 PM.

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  • joya123
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    Hopefully this is just a temporary thing.I will pray and wish for his quick recovery

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  • PearlOfIslam
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    :wswrwb:

    May Allaah restore his eyesight aameen. Poor boy :( :love:

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  • .mirror.
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    :wswrwb:

    Alhamdulillah.

    Ameen to the Duas.

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  • XRUHYX
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    Alhamdulillah the surgery has been successful they say but will have to wait for him to regain his sight iA. Please carry on making dua for him and I will do the same for you.

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