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My eye is red swollen, itchy, painful and has bumps on the inner eyelid the bumps look like small holes. There is discharge seeping from the bumps?

Possible stye? I note you're from the UK. This is a UK based information leaflet. http://patient.info/health/stye I recommend that you seek urgent medical attention however as other serious eye infections need to be rapidly excluded. Read more...
Stye/Chalazion. Likely you have a Stye/Chalazion. Consult with us to help get rid of this before it gets worse & you need surgical excision. . Read more...

I've woken up with a swollen and sore red eye. As far as I'm aware, it's a stye. Any home remedies to fix it?

Warm compresses. A stye is a swelling of one of the small oil glands on the edge of your eyelids. A stye causes redness, swelling and tenderness of the lid margin. The best initial treatment is warm compresse to to the lid margin for about 5 minutes 4 times per day. Read more...

Stye on my eye my eyelid is slightly swollen also the white of my eye is red/ irritated is that normal? I've been using hot compresses to help

Eye infection. Styes are common and usually imply less than perfect eyelid hygiene. Hot compresses are the single best treatment initially along with vigorous lid cleaning using warm water and terry washcloth. Compresses should be as hot as tolerable and at least 3-4x/day. If your eye is also red and draining you may have conjunctivitis; need a topical antibiotic drop. See your Eye Doctor if not better 48hrs. Read more...
Common symptoms. You are doing the right thing by using warm compresses. Most tend to apply them too infrequently - apply very warm compresses over the involved eye for 4 minutes at a time 5-6 times a day. This will usually melt it away in several days. As long as the vision is normal, this should work. Using compresses 1-2 times per day will not usually work. Read more...

My right eye is red, itchy, flaky sometimes slightly swollen in the morning, but then the swelling goes down as the day progresses. What is wrong?

Itchy eyes. Itchy eyes may be due to blepharitis, or inflammation of the eyelash area due to bacteria, or due to allergy. For blepharitis, try using lid scrubs, warm compresses, and Bacitracin ophthalmic ointment. For allergy, try zaditor (ketotifen) twice a day in each eye (this is over the counter). If the itching does not improve in a week, call your local ophthalmologist. Read more...
Blepharitis. You should see your eye doctor right away to see if your symptoms are caused by an infection, dermatitis, an inflammation of the skin around the eye, or blepharitis, a condition where you can build up crusting and/or mucous around the eyes due to dysfunctional glands in the eyelids. The condition you have will determine the proper treatment. Read more...