A Small Lump On The Eyelid That Grows Back After Surgery?
Hello doctor. 4 months ago my left eye had a small lump after that I checked with the doctor and according to the doctor who examined me he said it was a calazion and then performed a small surgery after that my eye was healed .. after 4 months my eye had a small lump again doctor On the right eye plus the left upper eyelid also what is the cause huh doctor? And how is handling should be operated again by the doctor? Thank you
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Kalazion is one of the most common causes of bumps on the eyelids. This condition occurs due to cysts (fluid-filled sacs) that form in the Meibom gland, which is an oil-producing gland in the eyelid. Lumps that arise due to kalazion are generally small, rarely painful, the same color as the skin, and also not malignant. Although often not dangerous, but kalazion can be quite disturbing for sufferers so it needs to be treated further, including surgery.
The lump on the right eyelid that you are experiencing at this time may be from the same cause as the bump that you experienced before on your left eyelid. Or, it could also, these lumps arise due to other causes, such as hordeolum (bintitan), blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelids), contact dermatitis, benign or malignant tumors in the eye, dacryoadenitis, shingles, xanthelasma, folliculitis, milia, and so on.
Because of the many possible causes of your complaint, we recommend that you check yourself to a doctor or ophthalmologist. Not always a lump like you experience must be treated again with surgery. Of course, the right treatment for your condition needs to be adjusted to the cause of the lump.
Here are our initial suggestions:
Do not apply pressure or treat carelessly on lumps without the knowledge of the doctor
Compress lumps with warm water
Keep your eyes and the surrounding area clean
Not always using cosmetics around the eyes
Also do not use skin care products that are irritative
Hope this helps ...