Clear Black Spots On The Eyeball Of Children Aged 2 Years After Fever?
Hello, I want to ask, 3 days ago my child got a fever after that, there was a clear black spot on his eyeballs, what was that and how to get rid of it ?? My child is 2.5 years old Thank you
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The clear black spots that you are referring to may be pupils. Pupils are circular gaps formed by circular irises. These pupils or gaps are in the middle of the iris. Iris is the part of the eye structure that gives color or pigmentation to the eye. Pupils function as a passage of light to be focused on the retina. Pupils can shrink and widen, where the size is formed and arranged by the iris. If the light passing through the pupil is bright (such as when directing a flashlight directly into the eye), the size of the pupil's diameter will decrease. Meanwhile, if someone is in a dark place, the size of the pupil diameter will widen. If this part of the eye is what you mean, then this is normal.
Whereas if the black spots are on the white part of the eyeball, it can occur due to the accumulation of pigments to form Nevus or moles. If the size of a pimp increases, you should check with the nearest doctor. Likewise if there are black spots on the black part of the eyeball but not the pupil (as described above), you should take the child to consult with the nearest doctor. The doctor will direct the mother whether the complaint is cause for concern or not. If you need to worry, the doctor will advise the mother to consult directly with an ophthalmologist.
In the meantime, do not drip any medication into the child's eyes, unless the drug is given by a doctor.
Thus hopefully useful.