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How do you get rid of a goose egg not under the eye?

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Dr. David Medford
36 years experience in Ophthalmology
What's a goose egg?: I love how people describe things!, so my guess is that you're "goose egg" is likely a collection of old blood from a blow/injury to skin which lies just above a bone. The "goose eye" is defined by the underlying tissue and how it encapsulated the blood. Location is rarely important. Either "tincture of time"... Alot of time... Or drainage with a needle or small incision is necessary.
Answered on Jun 6, 2016
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