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... If so, the yellow in your eyes could be a response to your environment. People who are exposed to the elements can sometimes get what are called "pinguecula" and "pterygia". ... (2 replies)
... in both eyes, and while he was doing the surgery he discovered I had an underlying condition which was also contributing to my dry eyes called conjunctivochalasis. ... (6 replies)
... growths on underside on my eyelids, treating with drops, 2. apparently some allergy involved so treating for allergies in eyes too, 3. eyes very dry, so treating for this, 4. ... (4 replies)

... and numerous surgeries later for removal of these growths as well as what the doctor diagnosed as conjunctivochalasis, my eyes improved somewhat but not significantly. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I'm 25 years old and have had these growths under both eyelids for a couple years. ... (0 replies)
... There are lots of surgeons in Australia who can excise these growths from your eyes. I had two on the two sides of my eyes on both eyes and had to have surgery to remove them. ... (7 replies)
... As you can see above I am healing really well. I too couldnt wear contacts because of the growths and dry eye. There is a tiny bit of redness still in the inner corner of my eye and the bruise is slightly visible still. ... (32 replies)
... t and you'll find thousands of references. They are indeed caused by dryness and sun damage, and are very common. The redness is due to inflammation. I have them in both eyes, but only the left was inflamed at one point. ... (7 replies)




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