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White spot on left eye, clear vision, no pain. Eye damage or disease?

i have a very small white spot on the top of my eye lens on my left eye but the eye is not even irritating or hurting in anyway and my vision is looks like its on top like a small piece of dirt fell on top of it but it cant go off.the eye is not hurting at all but ijust noticed it today morning.what could it be? is it a damage or some kind of eye disease?im just concerned and worried. thanks
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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White spot on the white part of the eyes called as conjunctiva may be commonly because of degenerative condition of conjunctiva like pinguecula or concretions.
conjunctival degenerations are not harmful and usually not cause any symptoms. Sometimes these may get inflammed and cause redness and pain. I advice you to consult eye doctor for correct diagnosis.
Answered: Sun, 21 Jul 2013
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