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Spot in inner and upper eye, dark yellow with a black spot. Taking multivitamin. Is spot due to deficiency?<br><br>

I have a spot in the upper, inner portion of my right eye. It is dark yellow in color and looks like it has a tiny pinhead of a black dot in its center. I first noticed thus three days ago. It doesn t hurt but my eye does seen a little sore. The yellow color of the spot looks slightly darker than when I first noticed it. I take multi vitamins due to gastric bypass surgery about a year and a half ago, but haven t had bloodwork in awhile so I can t rule out a deficiency. Should I be freaking out or could this be a simple irritation?
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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It appears that you have some conjunctival heaping in your eye. It is due to some chronic irritation in the eye, probably by excessive rubbing or exposure to dust etc. This is not a serious condition, you should use some lubricating eye drops for about a month. If it regresses, you should continue with the drops otherwise you may need a excision/removal of this spot.

Answered: Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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