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My 11 yr old daugter says her eye is ""hot" and it has grayish

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My 11 yr old daugter says her eye is ""hot" and it has grayish spots at the end of two blood vessels. is this a concern?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Pediatrics
Expert:  Dr. Gupta replied 3 years ago.

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PediatricMD :

In most cases the grey spot is the natural eye pigmentation.

PediatricMD :

Most of these are small clumps of pigment where the veins travel through the white of the eye (sclera) under the white layer there is a dark pigmented layer (choroid). Just have the pediatrician watch it. They tend to become less prominent as the child grows.

PediatricMD :

The hotness of the eyes maybe related to allergies, a viral infection or even early eye flu,

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I would recommend talking to your pediatrician and getting her checked if the symptoms persist

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PediatricMD :


In most cases the grey spot is the natural eye pigmentation.






Most of these are small clumps of pigment where the veins travel through the white of the eye (sclera) under the white layer there is a dark pigmented layer (choroid). Just have the pediatrician watch it. They tend to become less prominent as the child grows.






The hotness of the eyes maybe related to allergies, a viral infection or even early eye flu,






I would recommend talking to your pediatrician and getting her checked if the symptoms persist, you may give her a dose of tylenol at the present point of time if she feels feverish too,






Please get back for any clarification, do leave a positive feedback too,






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