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What could be the reason for the white part of your eye looking yellow?

What could be the reason for the white part of your eye looking yellow?

Jaundice: This is the buildup of bile pigments which is the result of liver or gall bladder disease. Incomplete excretion of these pigments stains the sclera yellow. With resolution of the problem, the white of the eye will return to normal. Good idea to see your gastroenterologist or primary care doctor soon! ...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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Can there be a reason besides jaundice for yellow eyes?

Can there be a reason besides jaundice for yellow eyes?

Yes: The yellow color that is on the sclera (white part) near the iris (colored part) is a normal aging growth called a pinguecula. ...Read more

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My cousin has sickle cell and here eyes are yellow for that reason. Is that correct?

My cousin has sickle cell and here eyes are yellow for that reason. Is that correct?

Yes: Sickle cell is caused by a change in the hemoglobin that causes it to break down. The hemoglobin is metabolized into a yellow pigment known as bilirubin. If his skin was white it would also color the skin and we would call that jaundice. ...Read more

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When i sneeze, the yellow cough comes from nose with some blood. My right eye also pain little bit. What is the reason ? Is this sinus ? How to cure ?

When i sneeze, the yellow cough comes from nose with some blood. My right eye also pain little bit. What is the reason ? Is this sinus ? How to cure ?

Yellow mucus & eye: You should have your ENT or primary doctor examine you. Nasal congestion from a cold or allergic nasal irritation, as well as a bacterial infection, can all lead to the production of mucus that is yellow in color. Eye pain may be unrelated and may be due to pressure created across your eye when you sneeze. Your doctor or ENT should be able to see what the issue is and recommend treatment. ...Read more

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Why does the white part of your eye turn yellow?

Why does the white part of your eye turn yellow?

Yellow eyes: Yellowing of the eyes can be caused by chronic sunlight exposure. This causes degenerative changes in those parts of the white of the eye which are most exposed to the sun. If the eyes are diffusely yellow, then it could be caused by jaundice and should be evaluated by your medical doctor. ...Read more

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Is it normal for your white part of your eye to yellow when healing from pink eye?

Is it normal for your white part of your eye to yellow when healing from pink eye?

No: The appearenceof yellow in your eyes msy be an indicator of jaundice. An immediate visit to your doctor is in order to check out your liverfor the causeof yellow eyes. ...Read more

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There are little yellow spots around the outer part of my eye. What could it be?

There are little yellow spots around the outer part of my eye. What could it be?

Could be sun damage: It could be a sun damaged tissue which is called pinguecula. The sun causes degeneration of the conjunctival collagen that will lead to wedged shape yellow/white changes. Please use uv protection by wearing good uv coated sun glasses. ...Read more

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I am a type 2 diabetic and noticed the white part of my eyes are yellow. Could this be related

I am a type 2 diabetic and noticed the white part of my eyes are yellow. Could this  be related

See your doctor: This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively. ...Read more