The Cause Of White Spots On The Eyes Accompanied By Pain?
I have an illness such as eye pain but this is not eye pain. This is because I just got on a motorbike and my eyes got into an animal and suddenly my eyes felt so sore, why did I see when I was near the cornea of my eye like a little white spot
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Cornea is the outermost layer of the eye that serves to protect the front of the eye, the cornea does not have blood vessels, but it is part of which is mostly traversed by nerve tissue. One of the functions of the cornea itself is that in addition to being the lens of the eye camera, it is also a protective eye from various foreign objects and exposure to UV rays that can harm the eye. In your situation, the presence of white spots on the cornea can be a sign of infection or matrix in your eyes.
Some of the causes can be in the form of corneal ulcers: open sores on the cornea due to infection in the eye, the cause can be viral, bacterial, fungal, parasitic infections and several conditions such as vitamin A deficiency and corneal injury due to exposure to something. Symptoms that arise are in the form of itching in the eyes, watery eyes, red eyes, pain, blurred vision, white spots on the cornea, swelling in the eyelids, and smelling like there is a lump in the eye. Keratitis can also be a cause of white spots on the cornea, the causes and symptoms are almost the same as corneal ulcers.
To better ascertain the cause of your eye condition you should immediately check your condition to an eye specialist, the doctor will examine using a special eye microscope or slit lamp, and carry out treatment according to the cause.
While at home try not to hold your sore eyes with your hands often, because the hands can also be a medium for transmitting germs if you do not wash your hands first, and follow the medication according to doctor's recommendations.
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