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Fluid Under Sclera
Inflammation: Most fluid accumulates in the conjunctiva, the clear membrane in front of the white sclera. Inflammation from infection, trauma, allergy, or chemical exposure can cause this. True scleral edema (sweeling) is rare and found in severe scleritis. The swelling can result in retinal edema as well. ...Read more
I have a fluid-filled "blister" on my sclera (off to the side of cornea). Not painful. Arose after putting in contacts. Should I seek med. Attention?
I have a moveable fluid pocket in the conjunctiva. I have a yellow/brown spot with this too on sclera. No pain or red. Eye feels sluggish and watery?
Picture: Even with your good description, I think this requires a picture at least. ...Read more
Aqueous humor: This is a clear fluid, derived from blood serum, which contains some nutrients, oxygen and which bathes and provides for the health of the interior components of the front of the eye. It also maintains the normal pressure so that proper focusing is possible. It is produced continuously and an equal amount drains continuously. ...Read more
As with anything that accidently gets into the eye, irrigate with teardrops, or even tap water.
Washer fluid is not particularly dangerous, but expect some minor irritation for 24-48 hours. More severe discomfort or pain would warrant an exam by an eye doctor. ...Read more
No: Not a problem though it may burn. Just wash it out wit water and it should be fine. ...Read more
Possible allergy???: You may have an allergy to some some airborne allergen. There are plenty of OTC meds for that. If that doesn't work then call your doc. ...Read more
Chemical injury: Please see your doctor asap - as you may have a chemical burn of your eye. This would require treatment. ...Read more
Vitreous: Gel does not reform if removed. But the eye continuously creates liquid aqeuous that will replace the missing vitreous if need be. This is so that the eye maintains a normal pressure and form. Take care. ...Read more
For 2 months, a splotch in vision of 1 eye (just above center of vision). Opthamologist seen, no issues he could see, nor fluid. What's next?
What if the whole eye is swollen... and eye Upper lid is puffy and looks full of fluid what do you do?
I woke up with swelling under my eye. Looks like a pocket of fluid. Never had it before. What could this be?
A friend asks how to remove the flubby eye bags? It feels like the eye bags have fluids inside. Any good effective advice is appreciated. Thanks
I have around 3.5 eye power in both my eyes. Sometimes when I work on my laptop sone kind of fluid like water comes out of my eyes. Plz advic…?
Eye issues: With a discharge form your eyes, you should see an Ophthalmologist (eye specialist) for an examination. Good luck. ...Read more
Woke up with puffy eye lids and under eye. Looks like fluid build up. Decreased throughout the day woke up the next day the puffy eye lids are back?
Allergies: There has to be some allergen causing this reaction. ...Read more
Hi I'm 37 yr old female. For the last 12 months I have had a swelling under my right eye. It's like a large fluid pocket. StartedWhat could be the cause?
Bags under eyes: The eye is normally surrounded by fatty tissue--this serves to cushion and protect the eye within the eye socket. Sometimes a little bit of the fatty tissue can protrude out of the eye socket, becoming visible as a bulge near the eye. An exam by an ophthalmologist would distinguish fat protrusion from something more serious. ...Read more
I got brake fluid in my left eye, I washed it out but it still burns badly. Will it go away or should I get medical help. Do I need to get medical attention for my eye?
Yes: Yes and urgently. Any chemical that gets in your eye can have a potentially dangerous effect on the eye. Substances that are acidic or basic can cause a chemical burn to the eye which can cause significant long term damage to the eye. The best thing to do when you get something in your eye is wash it out thoroughly for 10-15 minutes and then seek care from your local eye care provider or er. They will be able to check the ph of your eye and make sure that there is no remaining foriegn bodies in or around the eye. ...Read more
Conjunctival cyst: It is probably a conjunctival cyst. See your eye doctor to have it checked out. ...Read more
I have fluid bubble in the white of my eye. It is slightly irritated because of the bubble.. It came about suddenly. Any idea?
Mucin cyst: Most likely a cyst in one of the mucus producing glands in the conjunctiva, the thin transparent membrane over the white sclera. These are generally of no significance and most go away without treatment. But, to be sure, you should consult an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
In the couner of my eye by my nose its red an it has dark red ditdle under it an the fluid drainrd out an it left the skin dry?
Conjunctivitis?: This sounds like eye infection. Please make a virtual appoitment at HealthTap Prime so that a physician can get more history, look at your eye and recommend treatment. ...Read more
I was having redness & a small bulge in my inner lower eye for 3 days. Then it started draining sticky colorless fluid & then a little white fluid.
Stye?: Your description sounds like a stye. I assume you meant inner lower eyelid, rather than eye. A stye (hordeolum) is a plugged oil gland in the eyelid, which can sometimes become infected. Alternatively, it could be an plugged (and possibly infected) tear duct (dacryocystitis). In either case, I recommend seeing an ophthalmologist to be sure. ...Read more
In my eye The Caruncle is swollen. It has gotten bigger over the years. I'm 61 now and it sometimes secretes fluid. When I was 8 years old the doct?
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My advice go and see a doctor
Eye are very precious do not gamble with your sight go and see a doctor please ...Read more
My son has muscle eye surgery after his survery he gained fluid in his eyes could this surgery caused this?
My eye has been ozzing thick clear fluid now on 3rd day. What is most likely causing this? Will it go away on its own or do I need treatment?
I watch hooker masterbate all the time without any touching up close! Is there ANY chance I can get hiv from this? What if fluid flew in my eye without me noticing or something? Will I get hiv from watching them masterbate? No touching just watch
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