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It is likely that you have dry eyes
associated with eyelid inflammation (blepharitis
). Chronic eye inflammation can also cause pigment deposits (brown spots) on the white part of the eye. When chronic eye inflammation is associated with brown spots, it is recommended that other underlying cause of inflammation such as autoimmune inflammatory connective tissue or collagen vascular disease be considered. Chronic eye allergy, episcleritis and/or scleritis
should be considered as well. So, I suggest that you follow-up with your eye doctor for closer evaluation with tests including ANA, ESR, C-reactive protein, anti-SSA (rho), anti-SSB (La), Thyroid function tests, and ANCA panels. In the meantime, in addition to using allergy eye drop (i.e Zaditor eye drop) and eyelid hygiene with diluted baby shampoo, I suggest that you use over the counter preservative free tear drop such as Refresh or Genteal 4 times daily and Zyretc 1pill daily.
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