About 10 years ago I noticed that my outer black ring on my eye started to look milky-white. I get regular eye checkups because I wear glasses for distance vision problems and have asked several different doctors why the color is turning milky-white from black. All of the optomotrists say that it is something that I was born with and nothing to worry about. I have a hard time believing that because about a year ago I noticed that the same thing has started happening in my other eye which previously didn't have the issue. When I search on the web a lot of articles come up about iridology and Sodium and Scurf Rings but I really haven't subscribed to what they are saying is the cause.
Just some other information about me, I work over 40 hours a week on a computer (for at least 18 years now) and I have glaucoma and field test exams on my eyes every time I have my eyes examed.
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