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sack of water on my top corner of eye
I didn't notice until now that i have this sack of what it looks like gray water on the inner corner of my right eye inside of my eyelid. I was about to pop it but then i realized is not a pimple. My fatther had glaucoma for long ..and used some drops..i been checked for it but it's been like 3 years i havent seen an eye doctor. now this water sack  appeared out of no where and i can't even say how long i had it.. i know if i  watch TV for more than 2 hours my eyes become painful and blurry. or when i read a book for long hours. please do explain me. what  could  it be and if it's related to signs of glaucoma..i do hav a brain tumor.. but is under meds. thank you.
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You need your eyes checked yearly by an ophthalmologist becasue of your brain tumor and family history of glaucoma.

The water sack is likely "chemosis of the conjunctiva" which is a localized hive like swelling often due to an allergic reaction often something that has come into contact with the eye.

Find an Eye MD at www.aao.org

JCH MD
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