After The Kalazion Incision Can I Use Eye Drops Directly?
Today I got a kalazion incision after that I was given 3 oral medicines, ointments and eye drops. Can I use this ointment on this day because my eyes are closed?
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Kalazion is a medical condition that is caused by a lump on the eyelid as a result of a blockage of the meibomian glands or oil glands in the eyelid region. Kalazion is a lump on the eyelid that does not cause pain such as hordeolum / bintitan in the eye area, this is also different from blepharitis which is an eyelid that is inflamed, can be caused by viral, bacterial, or fungal infections.
Kalazion can be treated by consulting a doctor or optometrist regarding further examination and management. The use of eye drops and eye ointment regimens can be adjusted to the advice of doctors who provide treatment related to the eye condition that you experience. However, eye drops and eye ointment treatments can already be used at home by yourself, making sure your hands are clean and dry when applying drops and ointments.
Avoid taking or stopping medication on your own without a doctor's instruction, avoid rubbing the eyes if it feels itchy. If the eyes feel pain, appear to be swollen, discharge and blood from the wound, it is advisable to see a doctor related to the action of kalazion incision for further management.
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