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What causes a small white dot at the corner of the cornea?

i am diagnosed with a corneal ulcer due to conntact lense yesterday. The treatment has alreadt started. I have no pain, no photophobia but slight redness of eye. There is a very small white dot at the corner of cornea. I am very worried. Will this dot go away after treatment, will i be completely cured
Mon, 7 Jul 2014
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It should not be corneal ulcer.may be only dry eye effect Get your eye examined by eye doctor ulcer has to be confirmed by staining. Apply refresh eye tear dro 4times daily, Do n ot use contact lens till you are completely normal
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What causes a small white dot at the corner of the cornea?

It should not be corneal ulcer.may be only dry eye effect Get your eye examined by eye doctor ulcer has to be confirmed by staining. Apply refresh eye tear dro 4times daily, Do n ot use contact lens till you are completely normal