Growth in the eye? Could be ..Pterygium

Pterygium (or Surfer’s eye) is a wedge or triangular-shaped tissue flap that starts growing on the conjunctiva of the eye. It is elevated and also contains blood vessels.


Pterygium starts developing from the nasal side of the conjunctiva and extends onto the cornea.


It is a benign or non-cancerous growth whose size and colour can vary from small to large, depending upon the case.



symptoms like itching, grittiness, burning, and redness in the eyes.


Argentum Nitricum, Arsenic Album, and Belladonna are the top homoeopathic remedies used to treat pterygium.


Avoiding excessive exposure to sunlight, dust etcetera is helpful


Can be easily removed surgically