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Spots On The Cornea
See ophthalmologist: They have large tool to carefully examine all the chambers of your eyeballs. They can carefully examine your corneas. ...Read more
I'm a student and study alot on PC, one of my eyes is really red past few days (exams) and the same eye has had dark spots near the cornea for a month?
See a doctor now: You need to see an ophthalmologist ASAP, your symptoms warrant medical examination right away, no delays, good luck ...Read more
I have a reddish spot in the sclera on the left eye and the only solution I have is to do a cornea tatto where in nj can I get it done?
Really?: I doubt this is only solution available. ...Read more
Our daughter is 4 yr & developed white/grey spot circling her cornea the last 4 days. 1st it was on rt eye and now lft eye too. Help concerned parents?
Our newborn had a red spot next to iris on his left eye. Spot now has dispersed through the cornea and faintly visible. Should we be concerned?
Usually not: If the blood spot is fading, and did not really get into the cornea, it most likely was a subconjunctival blood spot. The blood should not get into the cornea. The cornea is the clear covering over the iris. The blood should stop at the visible edge of the iris, which is actually the edge of the cornea. Such blood is from a break in a little vein, from getting squished, while coming out of Mom. ...Read more
Usually harmless: Most brown spots on the white of the eye are harmless, much like freckles. However any new brown spots or change in the appearance of existing brown spots should be examined by your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Xanthalasma?: If an MD told you that the yellow spots on your eyelids are due to cholesterol, they are called xanthalasma. At your age your cholesterol may be elevated, likely familial. Although the yellow plaques are more of a cosmetic nuisance, they can be surgically removed by an ophthalmologist specializing in Oculoplastics. More importantly, make sure your blood lipid chemistries are evaluated if not alrdy ...Read more
Yes, within a day: The gel that fills the inside of your can pull away from the retina-the part of your eye that "senses" light. Flashes are from traction-the gel pulling on the retina, which can cause (or indicate a retinal tear). This can lead to a blinding retinal detachment, sensed as a veil like sensation ultimately with vision loss. If you have flashes, floaters or a veil-see your eye doctor immediately. ...Read more
What exactly happens when you get a bright light in your eye and you start seeing spots in your vision?
Past year left outside corner of eye get white crust 7-8 times a day, also see black spots and some blurriness. Causes?
Crusting: Likely due to demodex or bacteria: use warm compresses and diluted tea tree oil (see eyedoc2020@blogspot. Com for details) to clean closed eyelid/lashes every day for 7-14d. May need Rx erythromycin ointment if no improvement in 3 days. Black spots likely due to vitreous changes: see eyeMD for dilated exam. ...Read more
What would cause episodes of various lines and spots in the vision of one eye? Some bright, blurring, others seem to have a hint of various colors
My right eye has dark spots and long silver circular images appearing when I woke up. It's almost like my lense is trying to catch with the other.
Spots: I would think this is most likely "floaters' or particulate matter floating in the vitreous of you eye. Retinal problem possible, but most people describe "flashing light" symptoms. Some type of lens problem also possible. See an eye specialist. ...Read more
I'm here again. Still seeing lots of spots and waves in eyes ive done every eye exam and they didn't find anything. Plz give me suggestions I never had?
Must understand it: If a person sees things like outlines, spots, shadows, waves, etc... and has been to 2 ophthalmologists (so not merely a single opinion) who have done full analyses of the eyes and their components (such as cornea, lens, vitreous, retina, nerve, etc.) and all appears normal, then that person may presume that what he sees is really his brain's interpretation of the input data collected by his eyes. ...Read more
Nothing: If you mean dark spots in the sclera or white part of the eye in your age they are usually benign pigmentation or genetically thinner sclera showing the bluish brown uveal tissue as darker spot. Nothing to worry about. If they enlarge (which they usually don't) then you should see an eye md. ...Read more
Vitreous debris: The floating debris seen in the central or peripheral vision is actually composed of collagen fibers that are breakdown products of the vitreous. These spots float in and out of the visual field. If the spots are stationary and constant they may be associated with a retinal problem's, migraine syndromes or scotomas (visual defects) from optic nerve problems. Your ophthalmologist can help you. ...Read more
Please let me know if there is an eye disorder in which a person sees dark spots in front of him?
Vitreous detachment: You may be experiencing a posterior vitreous detachment. This is when the fluid/gel in the back of the eye separates from the retina. This is a natural aging process that can be exacerbated by trauma or surgery. Patients will complain of floaters (dark spots, spider webs etc) with or without flashes of light. If you are having new dark spots ; visual changes you should see your eye doctor for exam. ...Read more
Likely floaters: Vitreous floaters increase with aging of the eye. Depending on various factors, such as refractive error, genetics, eye diseases or injuries, the presence of floaters varies. But as you do age, the number increases. Remember to always follow up with your eye doctor if sudded changes occur. ...Read more
See below: This is something that he should see an ophthalmologist for to determine whether it is a cause for concern. ...Read more
Examination: Any new appearing lesions, spots & sores on the eye should be examined. You are probably seeing nevi or epheli both which are common on the iris. Rarely nevi can transform into melanoma. An examination will establish a diagnosis and a baseline. Most are monitored by periodic checkups. ...Read more
Intermittent slight pain left eye when lying down. A little watery. Comes and goes. No blurring or spots. Possibilities?
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