Why Do The White Eyes On The Back Look Unified?
Hello, my name is now I want to ask. Why do my white eyeballs on the back look like lumps of flesh do not blend together, even though the left side has no meat at all, while the right side looks open instead … Because of that my right eyeball feels heavy, tired and a little sleepy.
I will try to reconfirm it, because I do not understand the purpose of your question. So you mean, the right eye has a lump like flesh, in the white part of the eyeball. Like that huh? I do not understand what you mean by 'the back of the white eyeball', because you should only be able to see the front of the eyeball. So I will try to answer according to my understanding.
Maybe what you mean by lumps of meat is pterygium. This condition can occur in one or both eyes. Form of the growth of the membrane that leads from the inner eyelid (near the nose) to the middle eyeball. Pterygium is non-malignant and generally does not cause symptoms. If any symptoms arise, then usually in the form of red eyes, itching, burning, or a lump. Pterygium is treated with simple surgical procedures. But sometimes it can arise repeatedly.
Some other possibilities are:
Pseudopterygium Pinguecula Pannus Intraepithelial neoplasms Consult with an ophthalmologist, because to be able to find out exactly the abnormality you are referring to, a direct physical examination must be carried out. Meanwhile you should not rub your eyes and limit your eyes to the electronic screen.
Hopefully this answer can be of little help. Regards.