Yesterday woke up with some little circular yellow watery looking dots in my vision. they are all in the same area and I can only see 2 of them after a while. They are really noticeable just as I wake up but seem to disappear soon after. I can see them clearly when I blink.
The day before, I put my contact lens in and for some reason the solution (which I never have problems) with seemed to cause my eyes to sting and hurt for about a minute I'm wondering if they are related. Also some sweat got in that eye and caused it to sting on the same day.
I can see though the little dots but they catch my attention quite. Could this be an infection or abrasions
luckily I have an opthamologist appointment in the next week
As always I would be grateful if you can shed some light on this.
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