How can I get a chalazion?

Acute stye. Can turn into a chalazion after it's walled off by the body.

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How can I get rid of a chalazion?

Warm compress. Most small chalazia resolve without intervention. Larger ones may be treated with warm compresses for 15 minutes, up to four times daily. Most clear spontaneously in weeks to months on their own. If you have symptoms from a chalazion that will not go away, you can be referred to an eye doctor for incision and curettage or direct injection of glucocorticoids. Read more...
Warm compress. Warm compresses can help early on, otherwise an antibiotic/steroid ointment (dr prescription required) will help. Finally, they can be excised if all else fails. Read more...

How can I get rid of a chalazion fasstt?

See Eye MD. The fastest way is incision and curettage, but sometimes a steroid injection will work as well. See an ophthalmologist to discuss your options. Read more...

How can I prevent from getting another chalazion?

Probably cannot. Obstruction to the small glands along the eyelid can occur without know cause. Some suggest use of warm, damp compresses may help in encouraging the secretion to effectively drain, thereby avoiding plugging and infection (like a pimple). Read more...