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Eyelid Inflammation Blepharitis
Eyelid inflammation for 6 months now everytime i put in my contacts and lasts all day. Been to an eye doc and nothing was found wrong?
Inflammation is the body's attempt at self-protection; the aim being to remove harmful stimuli, including damaged cells, irritants, or pathogens - and begin the healing process. Inflammation is part of the complex biological response of vascular tissues to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, ...Read more
Dry eyes n blepharitis. Seen 2 eye doc. Always give FML, (fluorometholone) lubricants. Sick of frequent eye inflammation, use eye drops daily n clean eyelid. Any cure?
The short answer is: yes, you can treat the blepharitis with a variety of treatments. The American Academy of Ophthalmology advises a variety of treatments depending upon the etiology (cause) of your blepharitis. This can range from eyelid hygiene with OTC lid scrubs or baby shampoo, to topical and even oral antibiotic treatment. Have your ophthalmologist look at the margins to identify the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chronic inflamation of the skin around right eyelid for approx 1 year, possible blepharitis. Not cured by neomycin or polymyxin b.
See an eyeMD: Neomycin and polymixin B target gram negative bacteria and are not very good against gram positive bacteria. Blepharitis is a disease of gram positive bacteria. Neomycin is also very toxic and can cause allergic and toxic dermatitis over time. Please see an ophthalmologist to help you solve this problem and also explore the possibility of rosacea. ...Read more
Blepharitis: Your blepharitis, a common inflammation of the eyelids, may lead to keratitis or blepharoconjunctivitis (infection). Remedies often involve hot compresses, lid hygiene with a wash cloth and diluted baby shampoo, gentle massage of the eyelids with the warm wash cloth, and occasionally antibiotic ointments or drops like azasite, and if severe, a combination of an antibiotic and steroid. May use tears. ...Read more
Blepharitis: Blepharitis means inflammation of the eyelid margins. It is easily diagnosed with a magnifying slit lamp by an eye doctor. If you've every had a stye (chalazion) in your lid, you most likely do have blepharitis. Lids getting stuck together with discharge can be a sign of blepharitis, but can also be associated with other eye conditions causing discharge (examples: dry eyes, eye allergies). ...Read more
Lid hygiene: Keep the edge of the eyelid (where one would apply eye liner) clean. You can do this with baby shampoo. Close the eyes gently, do not squeeze, then clean the lids and lashes with baby shampoo and warm water and rinse well. If this alone does not solve the problem, see your eye doctor. ...Read more
I've been getting swollen upper eyelids (both) in mornings for like a month now. Is it allergies or blepharitis?
Could be both: Both allergy and blepharitis can cause chronically recurrent lid swelling. However, blepharitis is more common to cause the problem overnight. Allergy would tend to be a problem all of the time (with severe itching too), unless you are allergic to pillow case, detergent, etc. Blepharitis can respond to warm compresses, lid cleaning, and eye ointments, while allergy responds to oral antihistamines. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have blepharitis . I use daily novartis scrubs to clean my eyelids, however it's been 2 days and my eyes are still puffy don't know if their working?
Occasional symptom: Blepharitis, a dandruff like inflammation of the lids focused on the lash line, can cause burning, crusting, itching, tear overflow and irritation. Look for redness and minor swelling of the lid margin. If you these symptoms you might have the condition. Try gentle scrubbing of the lids with shampoo using a cotton tip applicator. Keep clean and dry. If persistent, see your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Yes : Blepharitis is an infection of the oil glands in the lid. The infection causes swelling of the lids. Obstruction of the oil glands can cause localized bumpy areas called a chalazion. Treatment consists of heat, lid scrubs with baby shampoo and often require local or oral antibiotics for resolution. Sometimes the chalazion will need to be drained surgically.see an eye doctor if not improving, ...Read more
Can blepharitis cause pain on your eyelids? I know blepharitis causes redness and irritation, but can it also cause pain?
It : It is unusual for blepharitis to cause any pain. Usually redness, irritation, grittiness, itching and tearing are part of that problem. Pain is usually caused by a stye forming or if the skin is so inflamed from the blepharitis that it is starting to crack or peel. See your local eye doctor for treatment! more info here:. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My upper eyelids are swollen are purple. Worse in evening. Blepharitis? Haven't worn make-up or contacts in 3 weeks, using ocusoft lid scrubs. Next?
Is eyelid thickening from blepharitis permanent? It's been 5 months and I still have no done any treatment.
You look normal: After a blepharoplasty. No more droopy eyelids and you can see better and it helps with fatigue ...Read more
Can be dryeyes make itch on eyelid + in eyecorner? Can be blepharitis only have itch + feel dryeyes symptom? Can allergy conjunc cause recurrent itch?
More info about blepharitis, the symptomps, treatmeant to heal it n medicine that suit for me(19 yo/asian).I've super itch on eyelid, eyecorner.Pls help!
Heat / gentle massag: 2 types of blepharitis: anterior - crusting, flaking in lashes. Itching. Posterior - plugged meibomian (oil) glands, swelling of lids, recurrent styes treatment: anterior - heat, gentle scrubs - commercially available otc posterior - heat, massage - gentle pressure on lids to express oil material if not successful - prescription treatment with drops or ointments - usually antibiotic/steroid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How r u supposed to wash the bottom of ur eyelid like the waterline with baby shampoo? And how long does it usuall take for the blepharitis to go awy?
Gently: Baby shampoo is recommended solely because it has less potential to irritate the eye. To wash the lid, use your ordinary facial wash, dry it off and then rub the baby shampoo into the lash line using the edge of a wash cloth or a cotton tip applicator. Then rinse and dry and apply ointments or eyedrops if recommended by your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
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