How To Deal With Boils In The Pupils Of The Eyes?
Good evening … I want to ask my husband that there are boils in his eye contact pupils so they cannot see … At first they were small and now have widened and ruptured and are getting worse .. Do I have to do surgery immediately or there are other ways … Thanks love
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Before I want to confirm in advance, do you mean "boils" that grow on the inside of the eyeball or on your husband's eyelids? Basically boils are bacterial infections that occur on the skin (which has hair follicles and oil glands). Eyeballs do not have this structure so that boils cannot grow inside the eyeball. The eyelids still have hair follicles and oil glands, so that boils can still grow on the eyelids. The pupil itself is only a hole in the middle of the black area of the eye. The pupil is surrounded by a structure called an iris, the part that gives the eye color. Because it is only a hole, in fact it is impossible for ulcers to grow in this place.
If indeed the abnormality in your husband's eyes (whatever the abnormality and wherever the other location is) causes your husband to experience vision problems, you and your husband should consult IMMEDIATELY immediately. Examination should be done immediately so that vision can return to normal as possible (if indeed the disorder has not caused permanent damage to the eye) or even if the disorder has caused permanent damage to the eye, it can be endeavored to avoid further damage to the eye.
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