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From the description given it seems more like a pterygium. a pterygium is a kind of degeneration of the conjunctiva( white of the eye). It appears like a whitish raised lesion between the inner corner of the eye and the colored part of the eye with streaks of blood vessels in it. As long as it is not growing or interfering with vision , it does not require any specific treatment except lubricating eye drops for soothening effect.
It's growth can be prevented with regular use of photochromatic glasses( as UV radiation is one of the causative factors).
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So, why did I develop this months after the surgery? Does this mean I just live with it?
It will never go away?