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The most likely cause for the white dot, pain and redness of your eye is a corneal ulcer.
This is a bacterial infection of the actual "meat" of your eyeball (corneal stroma) and requires antibiotic eye drops. I suggest you find an ophthalmologist or, if one is not available in your area, an eye care person or even a regular MD so that you can be examined and started on the correct treatment. I would NOT delay getting this taken care of as, left untreated, it will only get worse.
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