White Spots In The Eyes, Including Cataracts?
Is that the Nmax cataract because there are white in my black eyes
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True, cataracts are one of the most common causes of white spots on the black eye. This condition often affects the elderly, although it does not rule out that it also occurs at a younger age. Cataracts occur when the lenses, which should be clear, become cloudy and whitish in color. This condition can cause sufferers to have difficulty seeing, because it looks blurry and foggy, especially when the environment is dark (at night). In addition, cataract sufferers are also more sensitive to glare, often see halos around light, and experience double vision when looking at certain objects. This condition will usually worsen over time if not treated properly.
Mostly, cataracts form with the aging process. In addition, cataracts can also arise due to other causes, such as a history of eye injury (including postoperative injury to the eye), diabetes, side effects of long-term steroid consumption, hypertension, smoking, alcohol consumption, and obesity.
Not only cataracts, several other conditions can also cause the appearance of white spots on the black part of the eye as you experience, for example pinguecula (eye acne that occurs due to excessive conjunctival growth due to exposure to UV rays and dry air), retinoblastoma (tumor), endophthalmitis (inflammation on the inside of the eyeball), corneal ulcers, and so on.
To distinguish each of the above conditions, a direct clinical examination by a doctor is required. Therefore, if you have never checked your condition directly to a doctor, then visit an ophthalmologist at the nearest health facility. Enough with a clinical evaluation, the doctor is usually able to distinguish the cause of your complaint. If necessary, several investigations, such as visual acuity test, slit lamp, and ofthalmoscopy, your doctor may also do to rule out other possible causes.
In the meantime, it's best not to over-hold or rub your eyes. Wash your hands diligently and protect your eyes from the ingress of harmful substances. If your vision seems blurry, limit driving or going out alone at night. Use dark glasses when the environmental light is glare so you don't have trouble seeing. If you have other diseases, for example diabetes or hypertension, always control your doctor so you don't cause dangerous complications.
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