Right Eye Feels Prop?
, if my right eye feels lumpy and yellow like foggy but does not hurt. can you use any eye drops?
Maybe you need to clarify the yellow eyes you mean:
In the form of bumps to the brass on the white side of the eyeball The whole white side is yellow The yellow bump on the corner of the eye If the whole part of the sclera (the white part of the eyeball) is called jaundice. Jaundice can arise due to increased blood bilirubin levels. If you are referring to a bump on the whites of the eyes with a yellowish color, they can result from an eye disease called pinguecula.
Pingueculae are lumps on the conjunctiva that line the front surface of the sclera. Pinguecula is slightly yellowish in color and usually grows on the nasal side (closer to the nose). Pingueculae is thought to arise due to excessive exposure to ultraviolet (sun), wind, dust and dry eye conditions.
Symptoms that arise due to pingueculae are:
Blocking of the eyes in the eye Dry eye redness when inflammation develops in the pinguecula (the blood vessels appear enlarged near the yellow bumps) To diagnose the pinguecula requires a direct examination by a doctor. Other than pingueculae, other abnormalities that cause lumps in the eye can be pterygium or other eye tumors. Pinguekula generally do not require special treatment because it does not endanger vision. Handling is given generally in the form of eye drops filled with artificial tears to reduce complaints of dry eyes and lumps. To prevent the formation of pinguecula try to wear sunglasses when doing outdoor activities when the intensity of sunlight is high, use a glassy helmet when driving a motorcycle, use artificial tear drops when the eyes feel dry. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.