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Is it a rigid nodule like elevation or a more diffuse loose elevation?
Not a nodule. It is the white part like a half moon shape running along below the iris, subtle not distintive. Can only be seen if I draw someones attention to it. But today I can feel it.
Do you have a mobile number I can email a pic I just took but the pic doesn't show a great deal?
I can feel it when I blink, if I run my finger along it I don't feel anything.
I paid $45 for a question????????? I waited over two hours and no reply. I have to leave work now. I think you should refund me, this is not good service it is just ripping off people worried about their health.
Now you are telling me to talk to eyesight2020 but they are offline. Just shifting the blame. Please refund my monies.
Vivienne, I'm sorry you had a bad experience in your encounter with eyesight2020. I am a board-certified ophthalmologist and I believe I can help you understand what's happening with your eyes. However, I know you're frustrated with your experience here. If you would like, I would be happy to work with you. Please let me know if you would like that and if so I will get back with you and start working with you.
Good morning, My first question is will you charge me further monies for my agreeing to try and work this out?
Thanks, well, I did some research of my own, and it appears I need a blood test to see if I am low in iodine. My right eye is slightly larger than the left and the white part may well be cholesterol, so I need to get that checked to. I am already on cholesterol tablets that is combined with my blood pressure tablet.
Have you anything to add to that?
I begin teaching my class in 20 minutes so please forgive me if I do not reply for 3 and half hours till my next break.
More like a white arce or streak at the edge of the cornea that always looks the same. It has appeared to get thicker or whiter over the past couple of months.
My windows can't locate that address sorry.
No it doesn't look like that picture as the white in the picture is in the actual iris, colour part of the eye. Mine is below, just beneath the colour part and is whiter and thicker than the other white part of the eye.
I'm sorry I copied your link but this is what I got...
Your search - http://www.healio.com/~/media/Images/News/Print/Ocular Surgery News/2011 ...- did not match any documents.
Do you have any other options?
I'll try and get a photo to you today.