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Could you please explain a bit more about this fuzzy spot? Do you mean to say there is a white spot on the cornea? Is there any pain or redness or watering from that eye?
no it is like a spec of dust
that makes thing blurred
Is it more like a blurred spot in your visual field? Is it like a floater?
no it is in the same place all the time
Do you remember of any foreign body in that eye some time back?
yes i have had a lot of eye trauma in the past
What about pain in the eye as of now? Does it hurt while opening or closing the eye?
if i remember correct none of them have been in the cent of my eye
No pain in that eye at anytime
A fuzzy spot in the centre of the cornea would otherwise have caused intense pain . But in your case the absence of pain could point towards corneal edema ( accumalation of fluid in the layers of cornea).
can that be fixed
Or even a faint corneal opacity from previous trauma. Yes, corneal edema can be treated medically. First the diagnosis has to be established ( as can be done by a slit lamp exam by an ophthalmologist) following which the underlying cause is detected and treatment is started.
5% sodium chloride eye drops are used in treatment.
not sure if this is what i have
it is like a peice of fuzz stuck to my cornea
If you can actually see something stuck onto the cornea then it is most likely to be a foreign body. The only way to get it removed is by a hypodermic sterile needle by an ophthalmologist
no i can't see it
It is difficult to flush out a foreign body from the corneal surface since it is very sticky. It needs to be physically removed. If there is so much doubt it makes sense to get the eye examined closely under slitlamp by an ophthalmologist.
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no that answer really didn't help
Ok. I am afraid that is the limitation of online discussion. I will opt out so that the question is open for other eye experts to answer.