The Eyes Release Yellow Fluid Almost Every Day?
Hello, I want to ask that my eyes are diligent in releasing yellow liquid, but my eyes are not red or itchy
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Our eyes normally emit clear white fluid that is clearly visible after waking up. In sleep conditions, the eyes are closed and do not blink so that the fluid is gathered in the corner of the eye which is commonly called a chin. But if the fluid is released excessively and accompanied by other complaints such as fluid discoloration, pain, red eyes, itching, lumps, etc., we can suspect a disorder. Some diseases that can cause watery eyes include:
Conjunctivitis, which is inflammation of the membrane lining the eye (conjunctiva). This membrane consists of many blood vessels, so that if there is an infection / inflammation, symptoms that arise in the form of red eyes, itching, and a discharge that comes in color according to the infecting germs, bacteria are generally yellowish.
Blepharitis, which is inflammation of the eyelids. Complaints that arise in the form of yellowish discharge, swelling, and red in the eyelid.
Dry eyes, caused by a lack of tear production that stimulates the brain to release reserve tears, these backup tears that come out can be excessive and yellowish in color if they contain a lot of mucus and oil.
To ensure the right cause and therapy should be consulted with an ophthalmologist, the doctor will conduct question and answer, physical examination, eye examinations such as sharp eyesight, eyeball movement, eyeball pressure, etc., and some supporting examinations if needed.
Some things you can do at home include:
Clean the eye fluid that comes out with clean disposable tissue
Do not hold the eye area too often
Compress eyes with warm water if swelling occurs
Avoid things that cause allergic reactions in the eye
Eat healthy and nutritious food
Sufficient fluid needs
Although the complaint is not dangerous, it's better if you still consult a doctor if the complaint is felt to be annoying, not improving, or even worse.
So, hopefully useful.