White Patches On The Cornea But No Pain After Experiencing Inflammation?
I’m 17 and my right cornea is covered with whiternBefore, I really used softlensrnBefore my eyes hurt, I couldn’t see the light at first, white spots started to take me to the eye clinic with a bandage but my eyes couldn’t be opened when I opened them my eyes were white rnI immediately went to an eye specialist several timesrnBut my eyes didn’t hurt when they were exposed to light, they didn’t turnrnNo pus, now my eyes are white, I don’t see, sometimes they hurt, sometimes I don’t need specialist surgery.rnWhat’s wrong another way to not be in surgery I’m afraid? Please answer
The appearance of white patches on the cornea that are painless after the cornea is inflamed is most likely caused by scar tissue on the cornea (corneal cicatrix).
So far there has been no non-operative treatment for corneal scarring and therefore you should discuss this with the doctor who treats you, you can also ask for the opinion of other ophthalmologists to get advice and solutions that suit your condition and needs.
Here are suggestions for you:
Avoid self-handling your complaint Do not rub or rub the eye that is complained of Immediately consult a doctor if pain occurs in the eye Discuss the treatment steps recommended by your doctor so that you can determine the appropriate treatment steps for your condition Hopefully useful,