Did it start out as a red bump, or had you noticed it before - was it a clear to light yellowish color? Its most likely pingueculitis caused by any one of a number of things... contact lenses brushing against them, Allergies, rubbing the eyes... If it's not terribly bothersome, you can probably use an over the counter eye drop, but - if you're having any discharge, watering or light sensitivity it could more of an infection, at which point, I'd advise seeing your primary care physician or your Optometrist/Opthamalogist so they can prescribe you an antibiotic or steroid drop to clear that up. Hope that helped... Cindy
Cellulitis of the eye is a condition where the tissues and skin around the eye become inflamed. They could also get infection and this is what causes the inflammation.
high cholesterol causes a fatty deposit in the eye
8rn2nIt might be a sty which is an inflamed or infected pore around your eye. It can happen randomly but most often happens if you wear eye makeup
I doubt the little red bump is a direct cause of this symptom. The Retina of the eye is basically a large membrane of nerves which are light sensitive. Some of these are rod shaped cells and some are cone shaped. The cones are more in the center and are responsible for color vision. We have far fewer cones than rods. The rods see in black and white. It would seem that something has damaged or destroyed the cones of the Retina. As for the red bump I am uncertain. See an optometrist immediately before you loose more of your vision. You could have Glacoma--this will damage the retina--it is a build up of pressure inside the eye-ball.
what cause bump on eye lids
the little red bump on the outside of your eye could be whats called a stye. To get rid of it use a pure gold ring or leave it to go away by its self.
that's not a bump that's the lens in your eye that sticks out
What bump are you talking about
A bump on the eye can be related to a number of different conditions. These include styes or chalazions, which are found on the eyelid.
If it is on the inside it could by a "Sty"... There are several over the counter "Eye Sty" removers. Good luck.
Styes are caused by bacteria. The bacteria irritate an eyelid oil gland making it inflamed, red and tender. This bacterium is often found in the nose, and it's easily transferred to the eye by rubbing first your nose, then your eye. It can also be from makeup; using other people's eyeliner and mascara or not taking your makeup off at night.
NO because you don't want to invite more germs to your eye.
pimple or wart
i dont wear contacts, so i am not 100% sure. but if it causes any pain, then i would go and visit ur optitian now.
A stye eye is a small, reddish bump on the eye's lining (usually where eyeliner is applied on the bottom of the eye). Sometimes, it has a white tip.
you will not bump into anything
it could be from a bee sting or a bug bite
maybe conjunctivitus or alergic reaction from uh somethiiiing.
See a doctor.
no but keep an eye on it