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See an ophthalmologist so that you can have your eye properly examined. This is not something that can be addressed over the Internet, unfortunately...
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I have to say that I have no heard of this disorder. Eczema is a dry SKIN condition (atopic dermatitis) an the eyeball has no skin. Your medical...
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Normal? No. Is there are reason? Yes. This discoloration can be due to several different medical conditions. One common cause would be arcus senilis...
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I am not sure what type of doctor you are seeing, but you need to be carefully examined by a ophthalmologist - an MD that specializes in eye...
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Have you tried eye drops, or putting a cool rag on your eyes for a few minutes? you should try this, this is just a suggestion though.
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Could be an ulcer in the making!! Got to the eye doctor!!
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I had a situation where one eye became larger than the other. The actual eyeball looked bigger and jutted out more. Opthomologist said it was...
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I cannot specifically advise you since I do not have the ability to SEE or EXAMINE your injuries, so seeing a medical provider would be prudent -- a...
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I'm sorry you're going through this. It's not uncommon to mistake one medication for another. It happens to the best of us.It sounds like...
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I'm sorry you're going through this. It's always scary when we have a problem with our eyes!The first thing to clarify is this: Is it...
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