What is a bubble on the eyeball?

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An eye blister is a growth that appeared to be a bubble on the eyeball. These blisters usually appear on the whites of the balls but hey sometimes appear on the cornea, as well. The different types of eye blisters include the pinguecula and the pterygium. The pinguecula are the largest out of the two and they will also heal much more slowly. The pinguecula can also be painful and make it hard to see. There is no known cause for eye blisters and they will heal on their own with time. Eye drops can be used to relieve dryness and pain.
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