Woman’s ‘living hell’ as she cries jagged ‘crystal tears’

Woman’s ‘living hell’ as she cries jagged ‘crystal tears’

- in Usa News
21
0

DOCTORS are investigating the strange case case of a woman who cries “crystal tears”.

Satenik Kazaryan, 22, from Spandaryan villagein Armenia, weeps up to 50 jagged-edged tears each day – and she says the condition is agonising and has made her life “hell”.

Satenik weeps up to 50 jagged-edged tears each day
East2west News

She said: “I was at the dentist, and it seemed dust got into my eyes. It hurt me.

“I went to the ophthalmologist, and a few crystals were taken out from my eyes.

“Now my every day has turned into hell.”

At first medication seemed to help but now the crystal tears are coming more frequently as shown on a video from Mir24.tv

Satenik says the condition is agonising and has made her life ‘hell’
East2west News
Satenik say doctors have never encountered such a disease and do not know how to treat it
East2west News

She added: “All the doctors are in shock.

“They have not encountered such a disease and do not know how to treat it.

“They have not even diagnosed it.”

All the doctors are in shock. They have not encountered such a disease and do not know how to treat it


Satenik Kazaryan

Her relative Svetlana Avagyan said: “When we removed the first crystal, we thought glass got into her eye during work on our farm.

“But the pain did not stop and we kept getting more crystals from her eyes.

“So we took her to the doctor.

“At first they did not believe us…. no-one here has seen anything like this before.”

At first, relatives just thought glass had got into Satenik’s eyes
East2west News

One medic even told her to leave, believing she was faking her condition – but now it is accepted the crystal tears are natural, said her mother-in-law Zemfira Mikaelyan.

Specialists have sent the crystals for analysis but so far there is no diagnosis.

One idea was to send her abroad for diagnosis and treatment but reports say Satenik’s family are poor and work as peasant farmers.

Armenian deputy health minister Oganes Arutyunyan said the woman’s case is being studied.

Specialists have sent the crystals for analysis but so far there is no diagnosis
East2west News
One medic believed Satenik was faking her condition
East2west News

She said: “We plan one more meeting with Satenik, aiming to gather more information, and then we will try to figure out what is going on with the patient.”

Russian ophthalmologist Tatyana Shilova told REN TV channel that the condition is very unusual but not unique.

She said: “Such a pathology rarely happens, so doctors may have difficulty identifying the causes,” she said.”

In certain situations – genetic or inflammatory diseases of the eye, but also of the body as a whole – changes in the composition (of tears) can occur.

Satenik’s condition is very unusual but not unique
East2west News
Crystal tears may be a sign of other health problems
East2west News

She added: “In a tear there are proteins, fats, micro-elements, it has a certain ionic composition.

“If the salt concentration increases, this can cause the acceleration of crystallisation.

“Proteins in tears can also increase its density.”

She warned that the crystal tears may be a sign of other problems.

She said: “Crystals appear not only from the side of the mucous membrane of the eye – they can form in the liver, kidneys, and settle in the form of salts in organs.

“This is dangerous and requires investigation.”

Dr Raul Goncalves examines Laura's eyes
A nursery school teacher from Brazil also revealed she cries crystal tears


Satenik’s case comes after a nursery school teacher also revealed she cries crystal tears.

Laura Ponce, who first experienced crystal tears when she was just 15, says she pulls out 30 white plaques a day from her eyes.

Laura, from Brazil, said: “It starts to swell then I have to open my eye to take out the membrane. When it dries it hardens, it gets really hard. It hurts a lot.”


We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at [email protected] or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

You may also like

Christmas post chaos feared as Royal Mail staff vote to strike over festive season

POSTIES have voted to bring havoc to Christmas