Inner eyelid sore an slightly swollen; a stye maybe?

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).
STYE. Swelling in the palpebral conjunctivae, red and painful can be stye or chalazion, a noninfectious meibomian gland occlusion.

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My bottom eyelid is sore when I blink. & every night I go to sleep in wake up my bottom eyelid is a little swollen. Please help me. Is it a stye?!?

Likely. This is most likely a stye in its early stages. You can try to apply very warm (not hot) wet washcloths over the closed lid for 4 minutes at a time; 5 times per day. This will get rid of most styes of this type. If the symptoms persist after 5 days of this treatment, then see your ophthalmologist. Read more...

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