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What causes the whites of your eyes to turn yellow and how is it treated?

What causes the whites of your eyes to turn yellow and how is it treated?

Jaundice: You should get a blood test to check bilirubin levels among others. If elevated you will need further testing to find the etiology. Jaundice is usually caused by liver disease or biliary obsteuction but can also be caused by certain types of blood cell disorders. ...Read more

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What causes the whites of eyes to turn yellow?

What causes the whites of eyes to turn yellow?

increased bilirubin: There are multiple causes for increased serum bilirubin. Major ones are a. Hereditary hemolytic anemias. B. Liver disease. See your primary care dr. ...Read more

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What could cause the whites of your eyes to turn a brownish yellow colour?

What could cause the whites of your eyes to turn a brownish yellow colour?

Pigment changes: There are several causes of color changes in the white of the eyes. Most commonly, there is a slow yellowing that can occur with time. As well, increase in the size of small blood vessels can dull the white appearance. Rarely, jaundice and other diseases can affect the white of the eye. Any change in the eyes' color should be evaluated by an eye doctor. ...Read more

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What causes the white part of the eyes to turn yellow and blurred vision?

What causes the white part of the eyes to  turn  yellow  and  blurred vision?

Depends: Seek medical attention. Diseases of the liver, resulting in high levels of bilirubin, causes the whites of the eye to appear yellow. Your skin may also be yellow (jaundice). Blurred vision can be a result of the systemic effects of diseases of the liver. Your doctor will be able to determine if you need treatment. ...Read more

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Need doctor's help! will leaving contacts in cause thr whites of your eyes to turn yellow?

Need doctor's help! will leaving contacts in cause thr whites of your eyes to turn yellow?

Contact lens use: Will not cause the whites of your eyes to turn yellow. This typically occurs with aging and chronic sunlight exposure. Also more significantly, yellowing of the eyes can be a sign of jaundice. If you are concerned about this, make sure you tell your physician about this. ...Read more

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What causes the whites of your eyes to be a lillte yellow?

What causes the whites of your eyes to be a lillte yellow?

Could be jaundice.: The entire white of both eyes being yellow is a sign of jaundice due to liver function abnormalities. The most common cause of this a a hereditary absence of a liver enzyme causing mild elevation of the serum bilirubin. Other causes include hepatitis. You should be checked. ...Read more

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The whites of my eyes are slighly yellow/off white. What causes this and is there anything that can treat it?

The whites of my eyes are slighly yellow/off white. What causes this and is there anything that can treat it?

This is jaundice: Yellowing of the eyes suggests possible liver issues. This condition is called jaundice. This may represent a serious medical condition and warrants urgent medical attention. ...Read more

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The whites of my eyes are taking on a glassy, slightly yellow hue over the last year. Do you what could be the cause?

Yellow: True yellow discoloration of the whites of the eyes is seen with jaundice caused by blockage in bile ducts, inflammation of the liver, or destruction of red blood cells. In these conditions the urine is brownish and stools are claycolored. My guess is that you don't have jaundice. See your physician if you have further concerns. ...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