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One year before i developed brown pigment on left sclera corner and one long blood vessel pass it ,i used to work in laptop for 6 hrs..then aftr 6 months i started to head irritation and pain in left sclera when using mobile im not sure wheather that brown pgment or blood vessel paining because both are in same place..im afraid aboutmy pigment now...iis painning or someother..will brown pigment will turn as harmfull.cant able to use mobile too..have u met with any lik me at ths age..i attacched tht long vesssel and pigment on it
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Dr. Vaibhev Mittal
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hello this looks like conjunctival naevus. it is benign unless it suddenly enlarges in size or increase in pigmentation
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Dr. Arjun Kumar Singh
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Dilated & tortuous episcleral blood vessels in only one eye without ciliary injection, there are many causes,it is not due to working on computer for long hours. It may be idiopathic episcleral veinous engorgement with localiised inflammations. Not possible to advice treatment without biomicroscopy examination, so  consult ophthmologist for proper diagnosis & treatment.
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Dr. (Maj.) Arun Baweja
Ophthalmologist/ Eye Surgeon 24 yrs exp Delhi
Consult an eye specialist immediately.
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