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What to do if I have noticed yellow spots on my eyes and on my skin how can I cure this ?

What to do if I have noticed yellow spots on my eyes and on my skin how can I cure this ?

Pinguecula: Sounds like a pinguecula, which is a deposit/build up on the white part of the eye (sclera) due to uv light and dryness of the eyes. You can use artificial tears, and use a cap and/or sunglasses when outdoors. ...Read more

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I have noticed yellow spots on my eyes and on my skin how can I cure this?

I have noticed yellow spots on my eyes and on my skin how can I cure this?

Needs evaluation: You need an exam to determine the cause then a physician can tell you about possible treatments. ...Read more

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Yellow spots in both eyes near the white area?

Yellow spots in both eyes near the white area?

Pingueculum : These yellowish spots usually located at the 3 & 9 o'clock positions on the conjunctiva represent solar elastosis, changes that occur in the elastic tissues in the conj. Which occur by chronic sun, wind, dusty environmental conditions. Sunglasses, artificial tears will help protect your eyes during these dry irritation exposures. If particularly chronically irritated, they transform to pterygium. ...Read more

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What could cause yellow slightly raised spots to form on the whites of my eyes and remain there for the past 3 months?

What could cause yellow slightly raised spots to form on the whites of my eyes and remain there for the past 3 months?

Pinguecula: These are likely pinguecula. They are the likely result of exposure to sun, wind , and dust over time. They typically form on the "white" of the eye between the two eyelids. Please wear sunglasses. Eye drops can be used if they become irritated. obviously an eye exam is needed to confirm the diagnosis ...Read more

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How to i remove and prevent yellow spots in the whites of my eyes with out surgery?

How to i remove and prevent yellow spots in the whites of my eyes with out surgery?

Pinguela: This is caused by uvlight exposure, and irritation. You can prevent worsening by wearing sunglasses. The only way to get rid of them is surgical but is rarely indicated. ...Read more

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There are some yellow spots in my eyes?And my eye sight is weak........What is the reason of yellow spot in my eye?

Pinguecula: Yellow spots on the white part of the eye can be due to: pinguecula (most common: due to sun exposure), nevus (a pigmentation like a freckle), nodule (due to an autoimmune condition and is rare), vitamin deficiency (rare). An eyemd can look under the microscope diagnose and give you peace of mind. Weak eye sight: likely need glasses. If any eye pain, see eyemd asap. Best regards. ...Read more

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Are yellow spots on both eyes in exactly the same place normal? Gallbladder removed and liver issues are ruled out.

Are yellow spots on both eyes in exactly the same place normal? Gallbladder removed and liver issues are ruled out.

Pinguecula: Pingueculas are yellow, slightly raised areas next the the colored part of the eye. They are caused by sun exposure and are completely harmless. ...Read more

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I recently noticed that I have a yellow spot on the corner of both of my eyes can you explain that to me?

I recently noticed that I have a yellow spot on the corner of both of my eyes can you explain that to me?

Pinguecula: This is a normal structure, more prominent in the middle years of life, which is the eyes form of protective covering for that exposed part of the eye to wind, dust and light. The thickness varies with the individual, inheritance and environmental exposure. It will cause no harm to your eye health or vision. ...Read more

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