How To Deal With Cloudy Eyes In Children?
Hello … Doctor … I want to ask … my daughter is 3 years old … why is the color of the eyelid cloudy, if you come out of the house exposed to dust directly sticking to the eyelid so it looks dirty. why dust directly in the brush like uncomfortable.sdh never check to the eye specialist doctor u0026amp; child specialist..jwbnya allergy to dust said Doctor trsbt.Sdh in check the tip of the nail, tongue u0026amp; normal urine. look clean u0026amp; bright again. Thank you
Need to be confirmed first, do you mean the eyelid or conjunctiva of the eye (the clear layer that is the outermost on the eyeball)? Logically, if when dust clings then the child rubs his eyes, it is likely due to itching or a lump. Itching and lumps will be experienced when dust sticks to the conjunctiva, not the skin of the eyelids. If you mean the skin of the eyelid, then it might be easy to stick dust due to sweaty eyelids. Naturally, when in the house there is no dust attached, because generally the house is cleaner and the skin also does not sweat too much.
The possibility of dust allergy is undeniable. Generally, people with dust allergies are prone to itching, watery eyes, and bumps in the eyes. So that the child will continue to rub his eyes. Dust allergy can certainly only be avoided by minimizing dust exposure.
In addition, people with allergic tendencies often have a darker skin color on the eyelids or under the eyes than the surrounding skin. The mechanism is unclear, but it is not dangerous, only it can interfere with aesthetics.
We certainly cannot know for sure what you mean by cloudy eyes. So that routine control to the pediatrician or ophthalmologist, is the best choice. In essence, if indeed the diagnosis is allergic, then allergy triggers should be avoided as far as possible. For example, by using glasses to protect the eyes, or wearing a helmet when riding on a motorcycle.
Thus my brief explanation, hopefully can help. Regards.