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Symptoms of a corneal ulcer include:

  • Red, teary, bloodshot eye.
  • Eye pain (can be severe), eye ache.
  • Pus or other eye discharge.
  • A feeling like there’s something in your eye.
  • Light hurts your eye.
  • Blurred vision.
  • Swollen eyelids.
  • A white or gray spot or area on your cornea. (Some ulcers are too small to see. Your provider can see it during an eye exam.)

A corneal ulcer usually develops in one eye only.


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