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Is It Possible To Have Birthmarks In The Eye
Can someone suddenly develope a very small pigmented brown birthmark at age 35 near the eye ? Or they only happen during childhood?
What to do if I have a rather visible birthmark inside my eye (yes, on the white of my eye). Would it be possible to remove it?
Angel kisses: Most of the red on eyelids are called angel kisses.They can also appear between the brows and in the mid face or near the nasal openings. These are dilated capillaries in thin skin and tend to fade as the skin thickens. Discrete red marks away from the eye may be a small hemangioma and will grow, peaking around 10 months before fading some. Your doc can help decide which your kid has. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Some do some do not: Those that are visible at birth or cover a large area are more likely to persist at some size through life.They usually peak in size around 10-12 mo and begin to shrink and fade some after. Those that were not visible at birth or are small, often enlarge and then fade completely.They may leave a parchment like skin where they once were located. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby has a strawberry birthmark under his right eye so far we have been using timopic to treat it, he's 6 mths. When do these birthmarks go away?
Difficult question: True hemangiomas tend to increase in size and thickness faster than a kid grows up until age ~12 mo, when they plateau in relative size and gradually begin to fade over 2-4 years.Oral propranalol with close monitoring has been used to try shrinking these with varied results.The Timoptic (timolol) is a similar medicine but designed to treat eye pressure issues in adults. It is not approved in the us for kids. ...Read more
I recently found out I have birthmark at back of my eye.I also experience eye floaters and am wondering if there is a connection?
Most birthmarks are: stable, and your retinologist or eye doctor/surgeon can tell for sure. If it's flat and has remained unchanged, then it's less likely to be causing any floaters. If you have a retinal detachment, you could see massive amounts of floaters. But the usual one or two floaters are usually not related to these birthmarks. It's from the vitreous humor aging & changing, and causing shadows on the retina. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible for a scratch to break a vessel under a person's eye and cause it too look like a spider vein or birthmark?
My six year old, has a birthmark in her eyeball, and it appears on the outside lower eyelid as a black eye. Any suggestions on how can I get that fix?
Nevus of Ota?: Pigmentation that is in one eye, as well as darker pigmentation around the eye, is a condition more common in asians, called nevus of ota. Infrequently, this type of birthmark is associated with melanoma, a type of cancer, so see a pediatric ophthalmologist to evaluate the ocular and orbital anatomy. As a girl, she likely will be able to use make-up to cover any regions of darker pigmentation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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