Bumps On The Forehead And Eyelids That Contain Fluid?
the first day only bumps on my forehead and eyelids when I wake up, and on the second day there are spots like prickly heat and yellow fluid,
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Regarding complaints there is a bump on the forehead and the eyelids filled with fluid should be noted and delivered the following points
- Since when the bump appeared
- Does the bump continue or disappear
- What about the character that bumps with pain or palpable heat
- Is affected by a wound or feels exposed to insects
Some things that might happen are
- Inflammation of the skin (folliculitis, furuncle)
- Inflammation of the tear glands (dacryoadenic)
- Bintitian (hordeolum)
Bacterial-related skin infections (folliculitis / furuncle) usually occur when bacteria enter the open skin and the immune system is weak, the form can be like boils or dry in the form of crust. The appearance of the skin is usually in the form of small spots measuring about 0.5-1 cm, which are reddish in color and sometimes contain pus. Symptoms experienced are sometimes accompanied by itching, pain, and palpable heat on the skin area.
Inflammation of the tear glands (dakrioadenetis) is swelling of the tear glands located on the upper eyelid. Symptoms include pain, red eyes, and water. This eye infection is most often caused by a viral and bacterial infection that causes inflammation in the tear-producing glands or the lacrimal glands.
Bintitian (hordeolum) is a condition when nodules are painful like acne or can grow on the edge of the eyelid. Symptoms that are felt are growing red pimples on the eyelid either outside or inside accompanied by symptoms of red, watery eyes, and eyelids swelling and pain.
It is better to avoid how many factors can increase the risk of infection, i.e.
Touch the eyes or skin area with dirty hands.
Using excessive cosmetics
Do not clean cosmetic marks before going to bed.
Wear contact lenses that are not sterile.
If symptoms persist and even worsen within 3 days, further examinations should be done to an eye specialist or dermatologist depending on the exact location experienced.
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