Black Spots On A Child’s Eyeballs?
I want to ask, in the area of my child’s eyeball precisely near the black eyeball there are a few black spots, and in the part of the white eyeball there is a red line … Can you explain why? I haven’t brought an ophthalmologist because … Thanks for the answer
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Black spots near the eyeball can be normal due to a mole in the eye (conjunctival nevus). It could also be that this condition occurs due to other factors, for example:
Primary melanosis is obtained, namely excessive melanocyte growth in the eye which has the potential to become malignant. Ophthalmic melanoma, which is a malignant tumor in the eye originating from melanocytes. excessive UV light Bleeding in the eye, etc. The red line on your eye sclera may indicate inflammation in the eye, which can be related to dark spots in your eyes, or may not. Frequently, as long as this complaint does not make your eyes feel disturbing, vision problems occur, eyes are swollen, red, runny, or other complaints appear more severe, your condition does not always require special handling.
However, if you find black spots or red lines on the eyes getting bigger, or appear accompanied by other complaints as mentioned above, we recommend that you continue to check directly to the doctor or the nearest eye specialist. That way, the doctor can giving you targeted treatment so your complaints improve.
For now, you should not rub your eyes excessively to prevent more severe eye inflammation. Always protect your eyes from being exposed to sunlight, dry air, and other dangerous foreign matter. If your eyes feel uncomfortable, you can first use eye drops that contain artificial tears.
Hope this helps ...