A member asked:
i have what appear to be bubbles in my left eye.?
2 doctor answers
Dr. Cynthia Point answered
Specializes in Internal Medicine
More information: Are you tlaking about bubbles on the surface of your eye? This can be caused by an infection, or by a reaction to something that got onto your eye, such as pollen. If you have a vision of bubbles, but there is nothing on the eyeball, this is a problem with your retina most likely and both problems could be an emergency. Please see your eye doctor asap.
Answered on Sep 28, 2016
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