Doctor insights on:
White Bump In The Corner Of My Eye
I have a small white bump in the corner of my eye, if styes are red, then what can this be? How do I get rid of it? Thank you.
I have a white bump in the corner of my eye, towards my nose, that is causing my eye to be blood shot, itchy and uncomfortable...what can i do?
I have a small white bump in the corner of my eye, on the inner lining of my upper eyelid. It's a bit painful and uncomfortable. How do i get rid of it?
I have white bumps around the corner of my eye and it hurts really bad to blink and it itches a lot?
Bumps: Without checking you a doctor can't be sure so see your doctor. Hopefully it is only an allergic response. ...Read more
White bump: White bumps in the corner of the eye most often is due to a clogged gland: most often a meibomian gland at base of eyelash which causes a sty; or sweat or sebaceous gland). Clogging often due to the normal bacteria of our body getting into the glands (blepharitis). This can also cause the eyelids to get stuck together. See eyedoc2020.Blogspot.Com for more info. ...Read more
I have little white bumps on the corner of my right eye. It isnt affecting my vision, but is sore and slightly painful to the touch. What could it be?
Eyeball or lid?: If the little white bumps are on the edge of the lid, it could be blepharitis/meibomian gland dysfunction. Try hot compresses and gentle q-tip scrubs after a shower to try to get rid of these. An ophthalmologist (eye md) can help if this doesn't work. If the bumps are on your eyeball, they may be a pingueculae, which are benign and found at the 3:00 and 9:00 positions next to your cornea. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've a white bump on the inside corner of my left eye on the pink flesh near to nose for years and no pain. Now seems like it's popping n slight pain?
I have a small white bump under my eye close to the inside corner of my eye. Been there for quite some time. Any ideas?
Various causes: This is a common question that really does not have a very specific answer without an exam. Bumps come in many forms, many are benign, & a few are concerning for possible malignancy. It benefits you greatly to have it checked out so that you don't just "wonder" what it is. More importantly, if it is unusual, then treatment can be instituted. ...Read more