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Eyelid Clear Blister
Conjunctival cysts: Blisters on the whites of your eyes, in the absence of any redness or other symptoms, are called conjunctival cysts. They typically occur spontaneously and often resolve on their own. Sometimes if they do cause some eye irritation, then they can be treated by an ophthalmologist in his office. If you have multiple cysts, then you should be evaluated. ...Read more
I have a tiny clear bump that looks like a water blister. It's on the water line of my eye and frequently comes and goes with swelling.
Could be chemosis..: If it's on the white of your eye, it's likely chemosis of the conjunctiva, which is when clear fluid builds up blister-like under the conjunctiva in response to allergy. It goes away when the underlying eye allergy is fully treated. If it's on the eyelid, it may be blepharitis or sty. In either case, you may need some more prescription drops from the ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Possibly: Warm compresses can speed reabsorption of the blood. Causes such as hypertension, blood thinning meds; aspirin, ibuprophen, and other nsaids must be adjusted to lowest effective dose to prevent rebleeds. Allergies and dry eye need to be controlled and treated to prevent eye rubbing. ...Read more
I have blepharitis and ocular rosacea. Today I noticed clear blister about the size of a pin head where lower lid meets eye. It burst but can see it.
Meibomian gland: Dysfunction from blepharitis can cause meibomian gland cysts to occur. Good lid hygiene with diligent lid scrubs found over the counter is a good start. Your ophthalmologist can treat you with medication or procedures to alleviate the symptoms and sometimes eliminate the cause. ...Read more
I see some clear fluid blisters on the interior fornix of conjunctiva and also the palpebral conjunctiva on both eyes. They're asymptomatic until my eye gets irritated by something.
I have got a single small blister in upper inner left eyelid since yesterday. What could be the reasons and remedies?
Warm compress: It's probably a sty, a moderately inflamed "sweat duct" in the eyelid. I tell my patients to get a damp wash cloth and pop it in the microwave for 30 seconds. Test it on your wrist to make sure it's not too hot. Place warm compress the closed eyelid for about5-10 minutes and re-heating as necessary. If it does not get better in a week or gets worse go to your eye doctor. ...Read more
Over 2wks I've gotten one tiny blister at a time working around inside edge of my bottom eyelid and now one on top lid. They hurt and itch a little.?
There are a number: Of teeny mites that grow on the face and like to live in the eyelashes. Demodex folliculorum. This is the most likely explanation for your symptoms. You should see a health care provider for evaluation and to receive appropriate prescription therapy. (Dermatologist) In the meantime wash your face and eyes twice a day with a gentle facial soap and washcloth. ...Read more
Watch: This can be spontaneous. Watch, if it does not resolve get it checked out. ...Read more
Petechia: Tiny little blood blisters/petechia can come from high pressure on the body and suffocation. So depending on the extracurricular activity, this may be a result of that! ...Read more
I have a blister deep inside the outer corner of my eyelid. No discharge and no redness. Not near the rim of lid. What could it be?
Retention cyst: You should see an opthalmologist if this is bothering you. It could be retention cyst. It could be lanced by an eyecare specialist easily. ...Read more
One of my upper eyelids has become diffusely itchy, red, & swollen, but no pain. No signs of bites, blisters, bumps or the like. What could this be?
I have a blood blister under my eyelid which seems to have "ruptured" and has spread, looking like a blackeye.?
Leave alone: Just don't blame me for the shiner! But the best approach is to just leave the area alone. Keep your head elevated by sleeping on extra pillows or put thick books under the head side of your mattress. Ice packs to the area on and off for 5 minutes every hour additionally helps. ...Read more
How can I treat this blister on my upper cheek really close to my lower eyelid? It burns really bad. Please help.
2 yr old had this pink kind of blister no fluid on top of eyelid for about a month. Anything I can put to get rid off?
Could be a chalazion: A picture would help. Stye or Hordeolum is tender, red bump on the border of eyelid. Chalazion on the other hand Is a non-tender on the inner aspect of the eyelid. It is a chronic sterile inflammation of an oil gland of the eyelid. Treatment of these conditions usually include regular application of warm compress. Topical or oral antibiotics for severe cases. (Opthalmologist consult) ...Read more
I have had fever blister since a child today I noticed my eyelid lower on corner is swelling hurts t blink could it be herpes or fever blister on pani?
Need to be seen: Preferably by an ophthalmologist, start by your primary doctor, you don't want to wait if it is herpetic infection of the eye / eye lid, good luck ...Read more
I got small bumps, almost tiny blisters on my eyelid about 2 months ago. 2 days ago I got a dry patch in corner of eye. What could it be?
There's blood in the upper inside corner of my eye & it appears to have a blister like area. It is painful when eyelid has to move across it.
Could be scleritis: If the redness is associated with a tender area you should see an ophthalmologist. It is possible that this is scleritis which requires treatment. ...Read more
Blister on rim of eyelid on occasion. Irritates eye (feels like I have something in it). Sometimes itchy. Gone within a day. What could this be?
Blocked duct: This is probably a recurrent blockage of a duct in the eyelid causing a backing up of fluid. Applying warm soaks daily may alleviate the problem. If not or if redness and tenderness develop, see your Physician or ophthalmologist for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Bulging in palpebral conjunctiva is apparent when the eyelid is spread outward. Lateral canthus also shows bulging. Some blisters are noted on conjunc?
Eye problems: Better see an eye doctor to see what is going on ASAP ...Read more
Many possibilities: It could be a fever blister, especially if you've had it in that exact spot before. It could also be an insect bite, or a localized injury. Without seeing it, I really can't be any more specific. If it is worrisome, let your doctor or a dermatologist look at it and give you a precise diagnosis. ...Read more