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Dark spot under eye?

Dark spot under eye?

Many options: Is this a new event? Or something of long standing? Is it asymptomatic or does it hurt? Is it growing, bulging above skin level, inflammatory? If any of these questions are positive, then you should consult with your ophthalmologist or a dermatologist. Once pathology is eliminated then a cosmetic approach might be considered. ...Read more

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Dark circle under my eyes?

Dark circle under my eyes?

Many causes: There are many causes for dark circles under the eyes ranging from allergies to anemia. To read a short blog i wrote, go to: http://www.Familyallergyasthmacare.Com/2014/01/do-you-have-dark-circles-under-your-eyes-think-allergies/. ...Read more

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Painless invisible bump deep under eyelid, 45deg down from top of socket. Seed bead size, top eyelid skin moves freely over it. On lid not eyeball. ?

Painless invisible bump deep under eyelid, 45deg down from top of socket. Seed bead size, top eyelid skin moves freely over it. On lid not eyeball. ?

Chalazia/stye: Probably a blocked oil gland. Since it's not attached to overlying skin, and painless try using a warm/hot eyelid compress for 5-10 minutes several times a day. If it doesn't go away, or gets worse, see your primary md or ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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Small pustule under eye, how to remove?

Small pustule under eye, how to remove?

Hot compresses: Depending on the size and cause, frequent hot compresses are a good first step to increase blood flow and encourage drainage. If it doesn't resolve or if symptoms worsen or vision is affected, then recommend seeing your primary care doctor or eye doctor for consideration of the need for antibiotics. ...Read more

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Hit by corner under eye. Under eye is swallowing, I see a deep scratch under lower lid/sclera. Ice packs helps. Eye paining when closing eye. Advice.

Hit by corner under eye. Under eye is swallowing, I see a deep scratch under lower lid/sclera. Ice packs helps. Eye paining when closing eye. Advice.

See your eye doctor: ASAP, meaning oculoplastics surgeon! Eye swelling after being hit can indicate a possible orbital floor fracture & especially if you are seeing a deep scratch. What's behind the scratch is important & u may need orbital xrays or CT scan done to determine the extent of soft tissue/bone injury. If u can't look up, there could be entrapment of fat or eye muscle. May need oral steroids. Don't wait! ...Read more

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How to remove darkcircle under eyes?

How to remove darkcircle under eyes?

Genetic?: I imagine this is a cosmetic problem, though i could be wrong. I many darker pigmented ethnic groups this is normal. If you are intent on removing them, i suggest you see a dermatologist first and then a plastic surgeon. ...Read more

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Hard, painful bump above eye under eyebrow?

Hard, painful bump above eye under eyebrow?

Hordeolum: It could be hordeolum, an eyelid infection. Hot compresses 4 times a day can resolve it, but it might take 4-6 days for it to be resolved completely. In severe cases, patient might need an antibiotic in ointment or ophthalmic drops. ...Read more

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Small Dark arc along outer edge of iris in left eye. Lies exactly on edge if iris. Borders iris but only 1/2mm long,can only see it up close?

Small Dark arc along outer edge of iris in left eye. Lies exactly on edge if iris. 
Borders iris but only 1/2mm long,can only see it up close?

Difficult to say: Based on your description it is difficult to say exactly what it is. You probably need to be evaluated to determine if it's something that is benign and just needs to be monitored versus if it needs treatment. ...Read more

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Pimple under left eyelid, eye very sore....?

Pimple under left eyelid, eye very sore....?

Likely a stye: Use hot compresses as often as possible. If there is no improvement in a few days, see an eye doctor. ...Read more

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Swollen eye with white dot inside of the eye lid. Redness and tender under the eye. What shall I do?

Swollen eye with white dot inside of the eye lid. Redness and tender under the eye. What shall I do?

See eye doctor: whenever you're not sure what to do, see your PCP. They will arrange referral if needed. The eye is an extension of the brain. So don't try to take care of it yourself. Call in the experts! You'll be in great hands! Take care now. ...Read more

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How can you remove wrinkles under the eye lashes , lower lid region?

How can you remove wrinkles under the eye lashes , lower lid region?

That depends: Treatment of the wrinkle in lower eye lids depends on your age and the reason why they have formed. If its loss of volume in the cheek and lower lid, then fat transfer is the best way for treatment. If it smoking, sun exposure and illness without the volume loss, then laser or chemical peels will help. ...Read more

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Swollen red spots under the eyes, treatment?

Swollen red spots under the eyes, treatment?

Blepharitis-Rosacea?: Careful exam to achieve correct diagnosis ; direct therapy. Swelling ; redness usually symptoms of low grade infection-inflammation. Gentle cleansing with mild soap ; otc polysporin (bacitracin and polymyxin) ointment can be helpful. Seek care if persists or fails to respond. ...Read more

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Red mark under my eye ?

Red  mark under my eye ?

Red mark: I know of 12 reasons for a red mark. See a skin doctor and he will probably know more and tell you what to do to fix it. ...Read more

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Have redness in right eye bottom, irritated near construction debris. There a tiny white/yellow spot at bottom of iris, lids a bit swollen. Thoughts?

Have redness in right eye bottom, irritated near construction debris.  There a tiny white/yellow spot at bottom of iris, lids a bit swollen. Thoughts?

Possible infection: An exam is essential. As simple as your description is, getting "debris" in your eye opens up a myriad of possibilities. The fact of seeing a Yellow Spot on your cornea indicates either a foreign body with a possible secondary inflammatory or infectious process. Your eyelid has started to swell. You should go to a quick care center or an ophthalmologist to evaluate for treatment to protect eye. ...Read more