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Spot Iris Conjunctivitis Any Idea
Under age: Your are under 16 , so you can not use this platform alone, an adult may ask on your behalf. However, you may want to see your primary doctor who may or may not refer you to an ophthalmologist, good luck ...Read more
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Red eye lines , red spots on the corner of eye .. Play my phone a lot .. Eye degree 500+ . Wearing specs .. No eye drops nothing else help please !
Depends how long?: If you've just noticed it now, and it's not hurting, and just red spot, make sure your doctor watches it. If it's spreading, painful, and you keep touching it, or related to possible dust orbacteria from phone use, or a recent viral cold, and no discharge, try using lubricating saline drops (without perservative).Then, have your eye doctor examine you fully. It could be just irritated capillaries. ...Read more
Circular bump on cornea clear and DIRECTLY on the cornea, doesn't cause blurry vision or anything no that I've noticed , is it serious causes tearing?
What do you suggest if my right eye's iris is about as dark as my pupil, while my left eye's iris is a light brown color. would this be considered heterochromia iridium?
Maybe: It depends on whether there is other pathology present. An ophthalmologist can look at your eyes and let you know. ...Read more
67yo with spot in vision. No flashing or h/a can see peripherally ok. Could this be just a floater. Keep rubbing eye no luck. No pain.
See Eye Dr. soon: If a spot always appears in the SAME place in the center of your visual field, rather than just floating by, you may have a problem with the Macula in that eye. This is a small area of your retina that allows you to see fine detail clearly. Such as reading fine print or threading a needle. The main causes are: age related macular degeneration and macular hole or pucker. SEE http://bit.ly/1tiadJy ...Read more
If my right eye's iris is about as dark as my pupil, while my left eye's iris is a light brown color. would this be considered heterochromia iridium?
Probably not: Heterochromia is usually diagnosed when one iris is bluish and the other brownish. Various shades of brown can occur with the irises being defined as heterochromia. ...Read more
Clear round spot or bump on cornea directly on cornea can't take pic, no pain or symptoms except tearing occasionally, is it serious, what treatment?
Yes: Pink eye is just an eye that is pink for any reason. Pink eye could be an infection, in which case there is often pus. (this kind is contagious.) it may be allergy in which case it is usually itchy. (not contagious) it may be trauma in which case there is often pain. It may be irritation in which case there may be pus, itching and/or pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a small black spot when blink my right eye, only on bright background indoors not in outdoor. Its not floater and not retinal dect. Checkedby oph.
Light brown- yellow dollar coin size spot between index finger & thumb. Not raised, not itchy nor dry. Not a liver spot. 2-3weeks to disappear.
Need more info: Hard to tell what the problem was due to without seeing it. But if it went away without a trace and you feel well i would only continue to inspect your body for any other outbreaks then if it happens again you should see a physician right away. ...Read more
Hello doctors,my friend has left eye iris smaller in diameter & area, than the right eye iris.does it signify any danger.Normal eyesight.
Is it new?: If your friend was born that way, no danger and normal. If it is of recent onset, there can be a problem and your friend needs to see an ophthalmologist ASAP. If there has been recent trauma to the head or neck, or there is a worsening cough and/or chest/neck pain a Horner's Syndrome may be present. The underlying cause may represent an emergency. ...Read more
Small, bubble like pink/flesh toned bump inside corner of eye, near nose. Not painful, no irritation, other eye does not have. What could it be?
A cyst: Cysts around the eyes and eyelids are quite common. They generally are due to obstruction of a hair follicle, or glands such as sebaceous or sweat glands. A bubble appearance sounds most like a retention cyst to me. It may likely need to be excised surgically, so I would schedule an appointment with your ophthalmologist for evaluation and treatment. Good wishes:) ...Read more
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