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Fluid Under Sclera
Could be cholesterol: Xanthelasma is a condition in which cholesterol deposits in the eyelids. This may be associated with high levels of cholesterol in the blood. However, many patients with these yellow deposits have normal cholesterol. You should see an eye doctor to confirm the diagnosis and get your cholesterol level checked. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Skin yellowing: Skin yellowing can occur in hepatitis (inflammation of the liver which may be due to viruses, autoimmune diseases, medications, and other), low thyroid function, certain types of anemia and a number of other conditions. Bags under eyes can occur in a number of conditions as well. Please see your doctor as soon as possible for an evaluation and blood work. This needs a diagnosis as soon as possible. ...Read more
that is normal: If you have fair skin, it is completely normal to see veins under the skin surface. Light blue veins, in particular, are common and are called reticular veins. Veins you can feel or skin discoloration (darkening) around the veins are abnormal. Otherwise, no need to do anything. ...Read more
Purple,fluid filled sac on scalp that hangs by a thin piece of skin similar to skin tag. Sac popped when squeezed with minimal pressure ?
Have an exam.: This sounds strange and I can recall nothing from my experience that could explain this. A doctor could have tested the fluid for the presence of blood (a guiac test) and also cultured the fluid. Blood blisters often appear dark, but usually are not on a stalk. Sometimes there are no substitutes for an exam by touching and feeling and looking with your naked eye. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Methotrexate toxic: Injection of methotrexate caused a raised bump under the skin and turned bright yellow? ANS; So your whole body is yellow or just the bump area. Need reason you are getting methotrexate at your age. If just around bump then most likely bruise going thru color changes as it resolves. Send pictures. I am here for next 3 hours. ...Read more
Possibly cyst, or..: You may be describing a conjunctival cyst or lympangiectasis, both are benign & usually will gradually disappear. Dry eyes & allergies will sometimes induce such tissue changes. You may try artificial tears or antihistamine eye drops for the above mentioned symptoms if present. If pain, change of vision, or different appearance, it's a good idea to see an Eye MD. ...Read more
Depends on cause: Fluid behind eyes is usually diagnosed by an md exam and refers to leakage from blood vessel in the back of the eye. These vessels occur in, or beneath the retina. Common causes include diabetes, macular degeneration, central serous retinopathy(csr), and inflammatory conditions. Treatment can be eyedrop or injectable medication or laser depending on the cause. Csr often clears w/o treatment. ...Read more
My scrotal sac is kind of swelled up and reddish. A yellow fluid gets discharged from openings in the skin. Scrotal sac shrinks when exposed to air. ?
Here are some...: Scrotal shrinkage at exposed to cold air is normal resulting from its muscle contraction but with wide variation in degree among men. Purulent discharge suggests possible some kinds of rupturing abscess, commonly from infected sebaceous cysts, but without a direct look, it is hard to tell. So, follow instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Thereby you gain much insight on how-to. ...Read more
My skin in both eye contours looks bruised and a vein is visible under left eye. Will thickening skin with 1% retinol restore a natural colour?
Not likely: Discoloration in the lower eyelids is genetic in some individuals, related to lack of sleep in others and related to chronic nasal allergies. Review your lifestyle. Avoid tobacco, alcohol, and junk food. Get a good night sleep, exercise and move through the day, and eat wholesome unprocessed food with fresh vegetables, high quality protein, anti-inflammatory whole grains, and fresh fruits. ...Read more