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Corners of eyes are a little yellow. Is it normal ?

eyes are white when you look at them, but in the corners and under the bottom lid, the white is a bit yellowish. last year i did the (visa requirment medical test , that shows if i have contageous diseases) and it turned out that i dont have any disease. so what could i have? sometimes i feel that i have frequent urination . so what is the possibility that i have nothing? but my skin is so healthy and fresh and rosy. and i dont have any wierd symptoms
Asked On : Sun, 4 Sep 2011
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one thing to be excluded is jaundice
yellow discoloration as you have described may be present with increased serum bilirubin in jaundice or with anaemia it may be pale yellow
get a check up with physician and find out if every thing is normal
Answered: Sun, 4 Sep 2011
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