A member asked:

Just had chalazion eye surgery. doctor told me to do warm compresses and scubs...the rest of the fluid will not drain out. at all. what should i do?

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Dr. Paul M Bonds answered

Specializes in Ophthalmology

Usually once chalazion drainage is done it takes a while for the remaining material to liquify and drain. If the opening closes then the chalazion can reoccur. Usually though it'll slowly resolve by itself.

Answered Oct 24, 2016



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