Dr. Manjunath Natarajan
M.B.B.S., M.S OPHTHALMOLOGY., FELLOW OF INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY (U.K
Ophthalmology (Eye Care
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The photo attached (attachment removed to protect patient identity) is not very clear and has a lot of shadows, but I can tell you that the white thing is an inflammation of your cornea, most probably an ulcer.
It needs a visit to your ophthalmologist as soon as possible and can be diagnosed only by a slit lamp.
Measures you can take to lessen the irrigation:
- Wear good quality sunglasses while going out in the sun or in bright light conditions.
- Can use over the counter painkillers for pain relief, if necessary.
- Keep your eye as clean as possible and do not rub or touch it with your hands, the lesser the contact the better.
Hope you get well soon.
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