The Left Eye Is Cloudy?
Good afternoon, I am 23 years old. I want to ask, sometimes my left eye is cloudy, but there is no pain, it just feels uncomfortable, sometimes it disappears on its own, and sometimes it starts cloudy again, what’s the cause? Are there serious illnesses? and how to overcome it?
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Cloudy views that are lost may arise due to the closure of the field of view by foreign objects or excessive secretions (belek), for example due to irritation, infection, or also allergies. However, if this condition is very frequent, then you should also be aware of other possible causes of cloudy views, such as:
Eye refraction disorders, such as nearsightedness, astigmatism
Pterygium (eye membranes arising from excessive conjunctival growth triggered by exposure to dry air or excessive UV light)
Pseudopterygium (eye membrane arising from exposure to certain chemicals)
Cataracts (clouding of the lens of the eye, can occur due to aging, diabetes, hypertension, trauma)
Uveitis (inflammation of the uvea tract)
Chronic glaucoma (increased intraocular pressure)
Retinal disorders, such as diabetic retinopathy, retinitis pigmentosa, and so on
You can check your complaint directly to the doctor or ophthalmologist to be evaluated, whether your condition is serious, or not. A sharp visual examination, slit lamp, ophthalmoscopy, etc. may be done by a doctor if you feel the need.
At this time, the steps you can take:
Do not always do tiring activities with your eyes, such as to read small print, read and stare at the gadget for too long
When the view is cloudy, first rest your eyes, for example by closing your eyes and looking far away (especially the green ones)
Protect eyes from exposure to dry air, UV rays, and other harmful chemicals
Do not carelessly use eye medication without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...