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Last night my cheekbone hurt like it had been bruised. This morning i woke up, there is no bump but the bottom outside corner of my eye is swollen and hurts very very badly. ?

Last night my cheekbone hurt like it had been bruised. This morning i woke up, there is no bump but the bottom outside corner of my eye is swollen and hurts very very badly. ?

Possible sty?: A sty (medical term: hordeolum) develops when an oil gland at the edge of an eyelid becomes infected. That could make your cheekbone hurt. Warm compresses for about 10 minutes at time can help. Have it evaluated if it is not improving or getting worse. ...Read more

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A bump on the inside corner of my eye. What are possible causes?

A bump on the inside corner of my eye. What are possible causes?

Many possible causes: Could be a cyst, benign or malignant tumor, etc. Bumps can be nothing at all or trouble. Have it checked by your eyemd. ...Read more

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I have a bump on the outer corner of my eye. Is this something serious?

I have a bump on the outer corner of my eye. Is this something serious?

Bump: Bumps in the corner of the eye most often is due to a clogged gland: most often a meibomian gland at base of eyelash which causes a sty; or sweat or sebaceous gland). Clogging often due to the normal bacteria of our body getting into the glands (blepharitis). This can also cause the eyelids to get stuck together. See eyedoc2020.Blogspot.Com for more info. ...Read more

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Please describe these bumps on the corner of my eye crease?

Please describe these bumps on the corner of my eye crease?

Skin tags: If they are not red and sore, probably just benign growths like skin tags. If they are growing or changing color, have them checked out by a doctor. ...Read more

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What to do if I have this small white bump in the corner of my eye, what is it?

What to do if I have this small white bump in the corner of my eye, what is it?

White bump: The white bump on your eyelid may either be a chalazion or stye. Either condition is benign but see your doctor for treatment. ...Read more

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I have a white bump in corner of my eye, what is it?

I have a white bump in corner of my eye, what is it?

White bump: White bumps in the corner of the eye most often is due to a clogged gland: most often a meibomian gland at base of eyelash which causes a sty; or sweat or sebaceous gland). Clogging often due to the normal bacteria of our body getting into the glands (blepharitis). This can also cause the eyelids to get stuck together. See eyedoc2020.Blogspot.Com for more info. ...Read more

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Most mornings when i wake up I have a swollen looking bump in the corner of either both eyes or just one eye, that goes down thru the day. Please help?

Most mornings when i wake up I have a swollen looking bump in the corner of either both eyes or just one eye, that goes down thru the day. Please help?

?Blocked lacrimal?: It is possible this is a blockage of drainage from the lacrimal ducts which produce tears. See an ophthalmologist and get this evaluated. Good luck. ...Read more

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How to treat this yellowish bump in the corner of my eye?

How to treat this yellowish bump in the corner of my eye?

Don't: The bump is called a pingueculum, something you have in each corner of both eyes. They are the callus of the eye; a protective growth in the middle years against wind, dust and light radiation. Most are very small but a few are cosmetically large and can be reduced. Check with your ophthalmologist if yours bothers you. ...Read more

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