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These are most likely conjuctival cysts
They form when glands get plugged up so that the fluid that they make gets stuck under the skin of your eye. They are not a cancer and, other then how they look, are of no consequence.
If they bother you an ophthalmologist can lance them with a sterile needle, however they may come back after this. In order to have the best chance of getting rid of them they have to be completely excised. Usually, however, patients elect to leave them alone.
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Thank you. Final question, what causes them to form?