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Doctor insights on: Brown Spots In White Part Of Eyes

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What dose it mean when you have brown spots on your eyes?

What dose it mean when you have brown spots on your eyes?

Melanosis: The brown spots on the white of the eye may from a variety of reasons. In dark skin people, it may normal. In white, sun exposed people, it may be melanoma. Highly recommend seeing an ophthalmologist and having it photo-documented and followed. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how to get these brown spots outta my eyes?

Can you tell me how to get these brown spots outta my eyes?

How long have they: been there? More info is needed on your patient history to assist. Then, resubmit. Thanks! ...Read more

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I have hydrocephalus and my pupils are like a pindrop size and I have a brown spots on my eyes?

I have hydrocephalus and my pupils are like a pindrop size and I have a brown spots on my eyes?

See Eye MD: People with increased pressure around the brain must be followed by an ophthalmologist to detect nerve damage that can cause blindness. Make an appointment with an ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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How do I get rid of brown spots in the whites of my eyes?

How do I get rid of brown spots in the whites of my eyes?

Melanosis or Nevi: If you are african-american these may represent benign conjunctival melanosis. Or, if isolated area could be a conjunctival nevus (freckle). You can also have pigmented spots in sclera for many reason. If a significant issue i would consider an evaluation. ...Read more

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I have these two very very small, hardly noticeable brown spots on my eye and two under my eye lid. My eyes also have been bloodshot more often.Cause?

Concerning!: The brown spots on the white of the and inside your lid may be serious items that should be looked at by an ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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I am 24 and have tiny raised brown spots under my eyes along with acne on face. Why do I have these spots and kindly suggest a home remedy?

I am 24 and have tiny raised brown spots under my eyes along with acne on face. Why do I have these spots and kindly suggest a home remedy?

Skin sensitivity: Your skin may be sensitive to the oils produced in the follicles. Diet and environmental exposure may play a role in how your skin reacts to your own oil gland secretions. Best to consult with a specialist to address these issues to achieve a clear complexion. ...Read more

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Im 20 and i got yellowish sclera and dark circle around pupil and few brown spots in my eyes. Im sure im not affected by jaundice. can u reason me??

Im 20 and i got yellowish sclera and dark circle around pupil and few brown spots in my eyes. Im sure im not affected by jaundice. can u reason me??

See your doctor: Yellow sclera often means jaudice. Usually the urine would be dark. You may have hepatitis.Blood and other liver diseases can cause it also. The brown spots may be pigment in the conjunctiva of the eyes if you have dark skin. This would be normal and not related. See a doctor as soon as you can. ...Read more

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What causes : rapid appearance of brown spots on nose, under eyes, forehead. Feet cold and turn purple, sore breasts, acid reflux, popping joints?

What causes : rapid appearance of brown spots on nose, under eyes, forehead. Feet cold and turn purple, sore breasts, acid reflux, popping joints?

See your doctor: You have too many conditions happening at the same time to be able to address them here, without having a physical examination done by your doctor. It sounds like it's time to be seen for your annual physical, and to address these concerns with her/him. After the exam, s/he will know what other tests to order. You may want to have your vitamin d3, and micronutrient level checked as well. ...Read more

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What does the brown spots in your eye mean?

What does the brown spots in your eye mean?

Usually harmless: Most brown spots on the white of the eye are harmless, much like freckles. However any new brown spots or change in the appearance of existing brown spots should be examined by your ophthalmologist. ...Read more