I just noticed the top of my iris in both eyes have turned milky white in color. (I have brown eyes) It is about 1 mm in width and extends over the tpo portion of both eyes. Could this be due to improperly fitted contacts? or some other eye problem? The reason I noticed it is because I examined my eyes after my contacts ( 1 month wear) seemed to be irritating my eyes- had itchy, slightly red eyes for about 1 1/2 weeks then started wearing glasses
Well it is like you said it does not effect my vision, and the nearest doctor is 100 mi away was looking online first because the health aids here are not all that helpful. Sure would be an inconvenience to buy an air fair ticket. Was just wanting to know if it was bad enough to have eye cheeked.
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