Small Black Spots On Right Eye Pain And Itching When Blinking?
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Eyes that feel itchy, sore, and reddish, usually signaling irritation. Eye irritation can be triggered by a variety of causes, including the result of the entry of foreign objects, such as dust, powder, mascara, insects, and so on. It can also be, irritation to the eye arises due to exposure to dry air or excessive sunlight, habit of rubbing excessive eyes, scratches with sharp objects (such as reeds), and so on. This eye irritation can be mild, but can also be dangerous and need further treatment from a doctor.
Black spots on the whites of your eyes may also be related to this irritation. These black spots can appear due to foreign objects that enter the eye, or can also arise due to inflammation of the conjunctiva (conjunctivitis) facing the entry of the irritant.
Apart from irritation, it could also be, complaints to your eyes arise due to other causes, such as keratitis, uveitis, pinguecula, benign or malignant tumors in the eye, and so on.
Our advice, check yourself to a doctor or ophthalmologist so that further treatment is given. Usually, with a direct physical examination or assisted by a special device (slit lamp), the doctor is able to determine the best management of your complaint.
At this time, try to do the steps below:
Do not rub your eyes excessively
Not even trying to take the black spots by force
Drop your eyes with artificial tears to feel more comfortable
Rest your eyes from tiring activities, for example reading small print or staring at gadgets for too long
Protect your eyes with glasses so you do not return to intrude foreign objects that are irritating
Hope this helps ...