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Reddish eye with strain since years, no pain but does not look nice, no improvement with eye drops. Is there any laser treatment?

Hello , I Have This Brownish / Redish Eye Sorta Stain In My Eye For Around 2 Years , It Doesn t Hurt or Anything But , It Doesn t Look Nice . It s Not Really Big Either , It s Pretty Small Aswell , I Use Eye Drops To Cure Red Eyes But , Doesn t Really Work . Is There A Eye Laser Treatment or Something I Should Do, I ve Seen Some Eye Doctors and They All Say It s Fine .
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
Nov 2012
The the brownish stain in your eye could a melanosis which can be in the sclera or conjunctiva. This is due to certain cellular changes and will not go with any kind of eye drops. You should be aware that usually these are benign conditions but rarely if they change in colour, shape or size then you should seek opinion as these changes point towards abnormal growth and a biopsy is recommended to rule out any malignant change. It is always a good idea to photograph it for comparison purpose.
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Answered: Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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