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What is the cause of pain, matting and brown spot on the sclera ?

I have been having pain in my eyes, they feel matted in the mornings, they feel grainy and one of them has a brown spot on the white part of my eye...not sure what has happened. Worn glasses most of my life and vision is terrible without them and not much better with them lately. I have pain in them most of the time and my head feels really strange not painful just strange
Asked On : Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
hello bdrespass.wynn,
eye matted in morning- due to conjuntivitis advice- oflaxcin eye drop 2 drop 4 times in a day, browen spot in eye-in child due to vitamin A deficiency but in adult usually due to pi twice daily, for pengula advice avoid forign body, eye cover by glass - especially- in driving,neosporin- h eye ointment , for vision advice- eye surgeon check up, in so many medical condition affect vision- like - diabetes mellitus, hypertension, vitamin A def. etc, if glass is not proper number then it also cause headache, pain, vertigo,hope my advice is useful to you, thank you
Answered: Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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Ophthalmologist Dr. Vishwas Varma's  Response
u might have conjuctivitis..please confirm with eye doctor..if u don'nt hv nearby,,thn try using antibiotic eye drops and ointments, use dark goggles, maintain hygine-avoid sharing towels and hankies..keep in touch with doctor..
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Ophthalmologist Dr. Vishwas Varma's  Response
use lubricating eye drops..
check yr intra-ocular pressure,,
consult ophthalmologist
Answered: Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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