What were the symptoms associated with your corneal ulcer?
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What are corneal ulcer symptoms?
A corneal ulcer may cause redness of the eyelid and/or conjunctiva, pain, a feeling that something is in the eye; tearing and pus or thick discharge draining from the eye may occur. If the ulcer is more centrally located in the cornea, vision might be blurry. There may be an increase in pain when the person looks at bright lights.