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    Red lines on the whites of my eyes
    cwrightog00 posted:
    This morning while I was brushing my teeth I noticed in the mirror that the whites of my eyes had little red squiggly lines in them. They are on both corners of my eyes. Almost like I just got done smoking pot (but I didnt lol). Any ideas???
    Alan M Kozarsky, MD responded:
    Small blood vessels on the white surface of the eye are normal. They may be more prominent and obvious in some people than others. Especially if the blood vessels look the same on both eyes and if there is no irritation, this is normal and nothing to worry about.
    braynyar replied to Alan M Kozarsky, MD's response:
    good day! sir i have some question on my eyes. On my left eye, on the white eye i have a red line. I should i do to cure? and it will affect my vision? please answer all of questions. thanks and god bless you.

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