There Are White Patches Around The Eyeball?
Good afternoon, I want to ask in my left eye beside the black color as if there was a little glow when I tried to check in the room, it didn’t look, but when I looked in the bright place, it looked like the black eyeball was like that, the white membranes were also not like but like bright then keep on turning when I turn “her eyeballs become a little. I just realized that after going home on a motorbike from the motor in my eyes it feels awkward like a spicy but not spicy taste. That’s why huh? Even though I wear glasses
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The front of the eye is a clear layer to help facilitate light entering the eyeball, so that this layer or called the cornea can provide reflection to the light in front of it. This is a natural condition that occurs in the cornea of the eye.
Whereas in the eyeball, in certain conditions can arise complaints in the form of a protruding white membrane, this occurs as a form of overgrowth of the eye lining, causing this growth to widen from the whites of the eye to the cornea of the eye, so that visible white membranes are widened, this condition is also called pterygium. Under certain conditions, this complaint can trigger inflammation, so the eyes feel lumpy and sometimes feels sore.
Triggers for pterygium events can be:
1. chronic irritation
2. UV exposure
3. chronic exposure from the air, wind that has been in contact with eyes for a long time, such as remote driving, AC exposure
In connection with your question, the complaint you describe may be an inflammation of the lining of the eye and to the pterygium, this condition can be accompanied by complaints of the eye feeling uncomfortable and lumpy. The presence of irritation and infection in the eye can cause inflammation of the lining of the eye and the pterygium. Therefore, it is necessary to immediately handle this prop and grievance complaint. So you should consult directly with your family doctor or eye doctor.
The doctor will make the diagnosis by interviewing, physical examination of the eye which can further determine the cause, whether due to eye inflammation, infection in the eye, foreign body in the eye, or injury to the eye that causes these lumps. Treatment will be given to help reduce inflammation. And if a diagnosis of pterygium is made, the possibility of surgery can be considered. Thus, pterygium complaints can be set aside.
For treatments that you can do at home,
1. avoid eye fatigue
2. If you already use glasses, consider using glasses that can protect your eyes from UV rays and choose those that can protect or cover your eyes from wind irritation due to vehicle driving activities that are carried out every day, especially if the distance traveled is far
3. Get enough sleep to help restore eye complaints
Thus the info we can convey.