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How can I help my eyelid infection heal faster?
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Dr. Morris Westfried
Dermatology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Warm compresses
A eye infection or chalazion responds slowly to medication.
It is uncomfortable but not dangerous. Antibiotics may help and rarely you amy need opthamologist to remove the area if it does not resolve in several weeks.

In brief: Warm compresses
A eye infection or chalazion responds slowly to medication.
It is uncomfortable but not dangerous. Antibiotics may help and rarely you amy need opthamologist to remove the area if it does not resolve in several weeks.
Dr. Morris Westfried
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Dr. Ronald Shelton
Dermatology
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In brief: Eyelid infection
See an ophthalmologist to determine if it is bacterial, viral or even fungal.
Treatment depends on the organism responsible for the infection. Other diagnoses that might be present rather than a regular infection, can be styes, skin cancer and allergic or irritant contact dermatitits.

In brief: Eyelid infection
See an ophthalmologist to determine if it is bacterial, viral or even fungal.
Treatment depends on the organism responsible for the infection. Other diagnoses that might be present rather than a regular infection, can be styes, skin cancer and allergic or irritant contact dermatitits.
Dr. Ronald Shelton
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