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I have a. Bump on my upper eyelid?

I have a. Bump on my upper eyelid?

See an eye doctor: Upper eyelid bumps can have different causes. They can be infectious or inflammatory, or even arise without a specific reason. Each type of bump is treated differently, so your best chance for a quick recovery is to see your eye doctor. After a thorough examination, he/she can start the appropriate treatment. ...Read more

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I have a bump on my upper eyelid but it is not a stye. What else could it be?

I have a bump on my upper eyelid but it is not a stye. What else could it be?

A million things: There are a ton of things that manifest as growths on the eye lids. Some are malignant. Some are benign. You should see a specialist and get your answer. ...Read more

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I have a bump on my upper eyelid but it is not a sty. What could it be and what should I do?

I have a bump on my upper eyelid but it is not a sty. What could it be and what should I do?

Chalazion: A chalazion is a small bump in the eyelid caused by a blockage of the inner eyelid oil gland. It is caused by a blocked duct in one of the meibomian glands. These glands are located in the eyelid (oil gland) directly behind the eyelashes that produce a thin, oily fluid that lubricates the eye. If it bothers you, and ophthalmologist can remove it with surgery. ...Read more

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I have a bump on my upper eyelid for the past 2 months at first though it was a pimple but its still there does not hurt just feels like a small bump?

I have a bump on my upper eyelid for the past 2 months at first though it was a pimple but its still there does not hurt just feels like a small bump?

Cyst: A small bump under the skin could represent a cyst. Typically cysts are benign and do not require treatment unless they grow or become sore , etc. ...Read more

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I have a bump on my upper eyelid. I was told it was a stye. Doing compresses and prescribed drops. It's starting to dry out. Do I still do compresses?

I have a bump on my upper eyelid. I was told it was a stye. Doing compresses and prescribed  drops. It's starting to dry out. Do I still do compresses?

Yes: I recommend doing the warm compresses till the redness, swelling & soreness completely resolves. Remember to only use the eye medication for the prescribed amount of time. It's also a good idea to continue performing lid hygiene on a routine basis, especially if you're predisposed to styes. Good luck. ...Read more

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I have white bumps on my upper eyelid. When i wake up in the morning my eye is stuck together?

I have white bumps on my upper eyelid. When i wake up in the morning my eye is stuck together?

Blepharitis MGD: White bumps on my upper eyelid are often due to the meibomian glands being clogged (such as an early sty) 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 http://eyedoc2020.Blogspot.Com for help on how to treat (how to clean eyes). ...Read more

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I have a small bump under my upper eyelid, how can I get rid of this?

I have a small bump under my upper eyelid, how can I get rid of this?

Hot compresses: ..Help. If that doesnt work see the eye doctor for antibiotics and/or excision. ...Read more

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What should a small bump on the rim of the upper eyelid be?

What should a small bump on the rim of the upper eyelid be?

Bumps: These are usually plugged glands. But they can be many other things. Best to have someone look especially if growing or painful and scabbin. ...Read more

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Inside my upper eyelid, I examined it and I saw really small bumps and I'm determined to know what it is. Every time I blink is uncomfortable. ?

Inside my upper eyelid, I examined it and I saw really small bumps and I'm determined to know what it is. Every time I blink is uncomfortable. ?

Papillary change: This is likely to be papillary conjunctivitis; an inflammatory - usually allergic - response of the inside of the upper lid. It can be spontaneous but can also be a reaction to contact lens solutions. You should see an ophthalmologist to get this evaluated and start treatment. ...Read more