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Corner Of Eye Sore
Ithe inside corner of my eye was sore then this morning its swollen into the upper lid .What could it be?
I have a a small bump close to the corner of my eye its sore and itching. Is there anything safe i can use on it till i see my dermatologist. ?
Conservative treatme: Warm moist compresses 3-4 x/day Seek live opinion if not better in 3-4 days. Send pic if able ...Read more
The outside corner of my eye is sore and a little red. My wife works at a daycare with all sorts of nasty stuff. Pink eye maybe?
Outside corner of my eye is very sore to the touch and has a persistent dull pain. It's bloodshot and swollen. Has been like this for 2 days. Causes?
Woke up with outside corner of left eye feeling very sore and a little swollen. There is no redness at all. Had no injury at all. What could this be?
Inner corner of my right eye is sore and if i pull it a little, the inner corner is reddish and there is a yellowish bump. Not a blocked tear duct. ?
Normal tissue: In the nasal corner of each eye is a fold of tissue called the caruncle. It often appears yellow due to underlying fat. This tissue is normal. The tear ducts are in the eyelids, and if they are blocked, the swelling is in the skin between the eyelids and the nose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tearing, eyelid: Eyelid irritation in the corners can have many causes and is best sorted out by an eye examination. Excessive tearing may cause sore eyelids, especially when accompanied by rubbing. If there is a bump in the corner, there may be a blocked tear drainage duct. See an ophthalmologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A few possibilities: A common reason for a focal area of soreness on the eyelid is acne-like clogging of glands on the lid, causing a stye or chalazion. You could also have a noncontagious allergic reaction to something that got on your skin (dermatis) or eye (conjunctivitis). If the swelling is on the inner part of your lower lid between your lid and your nose, you may have a more serious infection (dacryocystitis). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer