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Maybe..: A common reason for a focal area of swelling and tenderness on the eyelid is acne-like clogging of glands on the lid, causing a stye or a chalazion. You could also have a local allergic reaction (dermatitis) to something that got on your skin. 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
Woke up with eye crusted shut and blood shot, Next day other eye crusting and blood shot. Haze over eye briefly. Eyelid and lower lid swollen. No stye?
My eye is swollen after having a Stye , it seemed to have went down but then I added a heat compression and it seems to have gone back the same way.
Have reoccurring styes on both eyes. No conjunctivitis, but the upper and lower lids are swollen and hurt much. Stye so large blocks sight. What 2do?
Ophthalmologist: You should consult an ophthalmologist as there may be a problem with chronic dryness or inflammation of the eyelid glands and ducts that require rather intensive treatments with soaks and eye medications so that recurrent inflection doesn't occur. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a stye on m right lid , its pretty swollen and painful to touch . What should i do ? and is there any serious complications associated?
Apply heat: A generally effective treatment is to apply a washcloth over which very warm (not hot) water has been run. Hold this over the eyelids for 4-5 minutes, 5 times per day and in several days this will usually get rid of a stye. There are no serious complications even if untreated; just extra long misery until it finally disappears. ...Read more
That's it: To know for sure you would have to have dr. look on the inside of the lid. However if the symptoms have resolved as you say keep your hands off of it and cleanse gently below your upper eyelashes with Johnson's baby shampoo diluted with water 50/50 using a q-tip. This keeps the oil gland pores open. Good health ...Read more