White Spots On Black Eyeballs?
Mlm, I am at age 24 yesterday, December 2018, I had left eye surgery because there was white “on the black ball, my eyes were directly farsighted, white, I couldn’t see what ” the right one was normal … and until February the process of drying … the cancer has recovered and I was accidentally accidentally dusty but I wear glasses … and new “this is my left eye can’t read the small print but the right one is normal, why is this …
Hello Ariandi, thank you for asking.
Problems with the cornea of the eye (the black part of the eye) can be caused by an infection or injury. These conditions can cause corneal tissue damage, resulting in tissue death, corneas become ulcers and festering. If not treated immediately, corneal tissue death will spread and healing is incomplete.
In your case if you find that you can see again after the surgical procedure, then the possibility of corneal damage can be overcome. Reading difficulties at this time may be related to the condition of your cornea after the damage or may not be related. Corneal damage that heals, sometimes followed by the formation of scar tissue. This scar tissue can reduce vision.
Another reason you cannot read is because of nearsightedness. Farsightedness is caused by the shadow of an object falling in front of the retina. This is caused by the size of the larger eyeball, abnormal curvature of the eyeball, damage to the lens, damage to the retina.
You should consult with your ophthalmologist so you can immediately find out where the abnormality is. Please do not shed anything into the eye without doctor's advice. Keep using eye protection when working and driving. Rest your eyes when not working.
Thus my explanation, hopefully useful. Regards.