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My eyes are always yellowish or reddish only in sun exposure area but its not jandice....and i have irritation like burning always...why?

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Dr. Rajesh Khanna
Ophthalmology 29 years experience
Irritation: I recommend you visit an ophthalmologist for this. And start using some artificial tears. But the ophthalmologist who examines you can conduct a full exam and see if anything in the back of your eyes is causing this. Could just be a case of dry eyes. I also recommend you start using sunglasses more often.

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A 22-year-old female asked:

My eyes are always yellowish or reddish only in sun exposure area but its not jandice....

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Dr. Jeffrey Kalt
Ophthalmology 34 years experience
Pterygium: You may have a pterygium or a pinguecula which are benign growths on the sclera or white part of your eye. See an ophthalmologist to be sure. Artificial tear drops may help with the redness.

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