Red Eyes When Tired And There Are Small Clear Spots?
I want to ask, I am now experiencing eye pain, the symptoms are red eyes when tired, then on the white eyeball there is a small clear white dot, accompanied by a thin membrane that is side by side with the cornea, why? if I sleep then wake up in the morning the eyes hurt. please answer yes, thank you.
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
In general, based on the cause, red eye cases can be categorized into 2 groups, including: (1) red eyes without a sharp decrease in vision; and (2) red eyes with a sharp decrease in vision. In the information you have conveyed, it seems that there are no complaints about views becoming blurred (this still needs to be evaluated through a doctor's examination). Let us provide information about red eye without a sharp decrease in vision.
Red eye without a sharp decrease in vision and visible membrane / thin tissue in the eye can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Pterygium, a growth of fibrovascular tissue, triangular in shape, usually manned from the eye near the nose then leads to the middle of the eyeball, risk factors are exposure to ultraviolet light, complaints in the form of red eyes, abnormal tissue shaped like wings on the eye, can interfere with vision if it covers the entrance of light into the eye
Viral conjunctivitis, an inflammation of the conjunctiva due to viral infection, complaints in the form of red eyes, many eyes secrete / clear fluids
Bacterial conjunctivitis, is an inflammation of the conjunctiva due to bacterial infection, complaints in the form of red eyes, a lot of secretions / eye discharge that is yellow and thick
Allergic conjunctivitis, an inflammation of the conjunctiva caused by allergic reactions, complaints in the form of red eyes, there are other allergic symptoms (for example: runny nose and sneezing, especially in the morning or when exposed to allergens
Subjunctival bleeding, is a condition of rupture of blood vessels below the conjunctival lining; occur spontaneously or can be caused by minor trauma (example: rubbing eyes), relatively heavy physical activity (example: lifting heavy loads, straining during bowel movements, sneezing, coughing), hypertension, or disorders of the clotting system / blood vessels
Because red eye can be caused by a variety of possibilities, we recommend that you check directly with your doctor or ophthalmologist so that it can be evaluated and treated appropriately. As a recommendation, you are advised not to rub your eyes, and avoid excessive exposure to dust and pollution. You should also avoid using any eye drops or other liquids (for example: traditional ingredients) without the advice and supervision of a doctor who treats you directly.
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