Can Stubborns That Have Been Hard For 3 Months Be Cured Without Surgery?
Hello, I have KALAZION disease for about 3 months. R n Initially, I thought I had SLEEP that could recover in 1-2 weeks, then I pressed hard which caused swelling, but after 1-2 weeks did not recover I finally looked for I know about INTERNET and I read an article about KALAZION, and it’s true that I have KALAZION. r nDo whether my kalazion can recover if it is initially pressed, push hard without operation? r nI’ve done: r n1. Using hot water, even hot water I use r n2. Clean the eyelids every time you wash your face gently r n r nHowever, it doesn’t heal or shrink.
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Kalazion occurs when the outlet of the Meibom gland, which is an oil-producing gland in the eyelid, becomes blocked so that it swells. This condition often appears as a small, reddish, lump on the eyelid. Initially, a lump due to kalazion can be painful. However, within a few days, this pain will be reduced so that leaving only a lump the size of a bean and often takes a long time to disappear completely. Kalazion is more prone to be experienced by people suffering from rosacea, chronic blepharitis, seborrheic dermatitis, infections around the eyes, to cancer around the eyes.
If it is true that your condition arises due to kalazion, this condition is actually not dangerous. However, your actions that squeeze the lump can trigger inflammation due to secondary infection which makes the lump more difficult to cure.
Therefore, we recommend that you do not handle it alone. Check your condition directly to the doctor or ophthalmologist so that treatment is given accordingly. With a direct examination, your doctor can identify whether your complaint is actually kalazion, or there are other causes, such as hordeolum (follic), folliculitis, preseptal cellulitis, benign or malignant tumors in the eyes, contact dermatitis, skin tags, and so on. This identification is important, because each of the conditions above certainly has a different treatment. Depending on the diagnosis made, your complaint can later be handled by a doctor simply by observation, drug administration, or maybe surgery.
At this time, you can continue handling you experience, namely by compressing the lump with warm water and washing your face regularly. Don't forget, also do the following steps:
Gently massage the bumps so they are flat, don't squeeze them too much
Stop holding on to the lump, let alone squeeze it forcefully, with dirty hands
Not excessive use of cosmetics around the eyes
Protect eyes from exposure to irritative substances
If the eyes feel uncomfortable, for example dry or wedge, you can first drop artificial tears
Hope this helps ...