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Have white line eyeball edge, from it red irritation to conjunctiva. Had eye damage from hyperthyroid. Allergy?

I have a white line on the inner edge of the brown part of my eyeball. From that there is a deep red irritation to the white part of my eye heading toward the tear duct. Now it is happening to rhe other eye. The first eye is clearing up after 2 days. Can this be allergy related. I do have a history of eye damage from hyper thyroid. There is no pain, no discharge
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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It appears that you are suffering from angular conjunctivitis in both eyes. You are advised to use some steroid eye drops about 3 times day and some steroid ointment at night. Besides you should take care of hygiene of the eyes by repeated washing with clean water and avoiding dust/smoke.

After the condition subsides, you should use some lubricating eye drops for about 1 month which will have a soothing effect on your eyes.

Answered: Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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