Since after 2008, I noticed I've developed a brown spot in my eye, and I didn't notice it's shape change until it shifted from an oval/round shape into an irregular shape. I wear glasses, and when I went to the eye doctors at the time they said it was just the first layer in my eye being too thin in a particular area, but if it was growing to seek further medical help. Should I be concerned? It doesn't really look like its grown.. but it definitely has changed shape as in there's certain parts that's gotten both darker and lighter... and its close to my iris/lens/pupil as well. Any advice?
Yes, you should go for an evaluation soon. Make sure you are not developing a melanoma (very doubtful) unless you have a condition called Primary Acquired Melanosis.
Timothy D. McGarity, M.D.
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