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Alexandria giles


10/29/2012

What are the symptoms of a corneal ulcer?

I want to know more about corneal ulcer. What are the signs of a corneal ulcer?
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  • Alexandria taylor

    10/30/2012

    At the early time of corneal ulcer, you eyes will be afraid of light and start to tearing and your eyes are red. There are little grey and white dot or flake appearing on the corneal. When corneal ulcer gets more serious, the signs will be more obvious. You can hardly open your eyes, your eyes will be very painful and you will have blurred vision.
  • b3hind_blu_eyes

    10/30/2012

    It is terrible for people got cornea ulcers. Their eyes will appear red. Besides, people with corneal ulcer will suffer severe pain and soreness of the eye. Besides, you may also feel tearing, blurred vision, foreign feeling. What's more, cornea ulcer can also cause the swelling of eyelids. So, if you got one of such symptoms, you'd better get your eyes checked and treat them immediately.
  • Kaylee peters

    11/01/2012

    A corneal ulcer is an open sore on the cornea, the thin clear structure overlying the iris, which is the colored part of the eye. When you have a corneal ulcer, you would have red eye with severe pain. And you would feel something is in your eyes, and you have tears more frequently, that is to say, you would have watery eyes. On the other side, you could see objects in a unclear way, or say, you have blurry vision. And your eyes are more sensitive to bright lights because of pain. Meanwhile, you may have swollen eyelids. What is more, you would have a white round spot on the cornea that is visible with the naked eye if the ulcer is very large.
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