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I also have a white/pearly spot on my lower lid. It is not

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I also have a white/pearly spot on my lower lid. It is not a stye and has been there for a couple months now... no real pain, some itching occasionally... not often though. No more than normal... it is very visible and there is no redness associated with it... what cha think?

Dr. Dan B. : Hello and thanks for your question. Do you think you can take a picture of it and attach it to your apply?

I will try...give me a few


Hope it worked

Dr. Dan B. : I give this several minutes to see if it would come through the server, but unfortunately your picture did not make it through. If you were to shine a light source up to it with this spot be translucent?

No. It is white not translucent in any way... let me get on my computer and try and attach it..


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I think it worked this time

Dr. Dan B. : Thanks for being persistent on that picture. This really just looks like an epidermal inclusion cyst or a layer of cells surrounding some skin products. These are almost universally innocuous and don't require excision unless they're bothering you.
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