Yellow Patches On The Lower Eye?
Tonight, I want to ask what caused the appearance of yellow spots on the lower eye? Is that dangerous?
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The eye is a visual organ for humans so it has an important function for humans in their activities and social interactions. The existence of eye disorders or vision problems will affect the process of vision and eye function in general. While aesthetically, the eye also has an important role that supports the appearance and also the confidence of an individual. So that if there are spots on the eye organ or spots that are different from the color around the eyeball, it can cause anxiety or can reduce self-confidence, although these patches may be mostly normal and harmless unless confirmed by a different doctor.
Some of the conditions below, can give a different picture on the eyeball spots, such as:
1. bleeding under the eye lining
2. Bitot spots which can be caused by vitamin A deficiency
3. pterygium or over proliferation or overgrowth of the lining of the eye due to chronic processes
4. eye infections
5. birthmarks or moles on the eyeball or eye nevus
6. osteogenesis imperfecta
To find out the cause of complaints of different spot colors on the eye, it is necessary to consult directly with the eye doctor, so that it can be seen, examined directly by your eye doctor. Without a direct examination by a doctor, it can not be known the nature and type of spot complained by the patient.
In connection with your question, the existence of a yellowish spot color at the bottom of your eye is likely caused by a history of bleeding under the eye lining, so that now it has recovered by leaving a yellowish tint on your eyeball. This condition is usually not accompanied by any complaints, and this condition is not dangerous or dangerous. However, this needs to be confirmed directly with your eye doctor to ascertain the cause as described above.
Thus, for now you don't need to do any treatment or provide any treatment until you see your eye doctor.
Thus the info we can convey.