A Small Lump In The Right Eye?
, my right eye has a small bump, not in the eyelid but inside his eye. But my vision is still okay. Why is that? Thanks
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Lumps in your eyes (clear layer along the eyelids / conjunctiva) can be caused by several things, namely:
- Pinguecula: a yellow bump or spot that grows on the conjunctiva (a clear layer along the eyelid). Can be accompanied by complaints of dry eyes, itching, pain, like there is a lump in the eye, etc.
- Hordeolum: Fertilizer or hordeolum is a condition when nodules are painful like acne or can grow on the edge of the eyelid.
-Kalazion: Swelling or small lumps that appear on the eyelids due to blockage of the meibomian gland or oil gland.
- and others.
Here's what you can do at home: wear sunglasses when doing outdoor activities, avoid smoking, avoid alcohol consumption, avoid rubbing your eyes too hard, routinely wash your hands with soap, avoid looking at the phone / laptop / computer screen for too long, maintaining eye health well, consume enough water, multiply fruits and vegetables, and enough rest.
If the complaint does not improve, you should check with your doctor. So that doctors can conduct interviews and several examinations to help you.
Thank you, hope that helps.