Spots On The Eyes Accompanied By Reddish Color?
Hello Evie, thanks for the question.
Nipple in the eye accompanied by red eye can indicate inflammation in the eye, can be caused by infection or other causes. Some diseases that can cause nodules in the white area of the eye include:
Pinguecula Scleritis nodularis Episcleritis The cause is uncertain, but several factors can increase the risk of this disease, including too much exposure to sunlight, dust, or wind, old age, having autoimmune diseases, or having other medical diseases such as tuberculosis, shingles, virus infection, etc. To deal with complaints like this, you should consult your ophthalmologist, the doctor will conduct general and specific examinations on the eyes, the doctor will assess the sharp eyesight, assess the eyes with a slit lamp, examine the inside of the eyeball with funduscopy, and others. Treatment will be given according to the underlying disease. If the nodules are caused by pingueculae, are generally harmless and can heal on their own, usually the doctor will only prescribe medicines to reduce discomfort in the eye. Episcleritis generally will not cause serious consequences in the long run, whereas scleritis, although rare, if not managed properly can cause vision problems.
To reduce discomfort in the eyes, such as lumps and irritation due to dry eyes, doctors can give eye drops or eye ointment. If the eyes are red, swollen, and painful, the doctor may suggest the use of anti-inflammatory drugs that contain steroids. If the complaint does not improve or recurs frequently after treatment, you should consult with your ophthalmologist, the doctor may suggest adding or replacing the type of drug given or taking certain medical measures such as surgery, especially if it is felt to interfere with appearance, interfere with vision, and continue continues to cause inflammation and discomfort despite being treated.
To reduce complaints, you can try to warm the affected part of the eye for about 15-30 minutes 3-4 times a day, don't rub your eyes, avoid using contact lenses first, use sunglasses when outside the room, especially if you are in direct sunlight or exposed to wind and dust, use artificial tears to relieve dry eyes, use eye protection, avoid smoking and alcohol, get enough rest, eat healthy and nutritious food, and exercise regularly.
Thus, hopefully useful.