Grow Red Bumps Inside The Eyelids?
Assalamualikum. I want to ask. Inside my eyelids there was a flesh-colored growth. as big as green beans. I have consulted an ophthalmologist, the doctor said he was a stye. but I saw that the lump was not white like a stye. it doesn’t hurt. At first it was sore and swollen for 3 days, after that the swelling disappeared and the lump didn’t go away. now I want to go in for 1 month the lump doesn’t go away
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Lumps on the inside of the eyelids are often caused by a stye, or in the medical realm it is also called a hordeolum. This condition occurs when the glands in the eyelids become inflamed, often as a result of a Staphylococcus bacterial infection. These bacteria are actually normal flora in the skin, including the skin around the eyes. However, this bacterial population can become uncontrolled and cause infections due to poor personal hygiene, use of inappropriate skin care products (including cosmetics), immune system disorders, and other skin disorders, such as rosacea.
The symptoms of a stye are not always typical, namely a painful lump with a white spot in the middle. It may also be that the stye just appears as a red, painful lump that can put pressure on the other eye structures, causing a lump and discomfort. The bumps that arise due to the stye often collapse or break on their own without requiring special treatment. Although in rare conditions, more invasive treatment, including surgery, may be needed to treat it so that it doesn't recur and recur.
In addition to stye, it can also be a lump on the inner eyelid as you experience due to other causes, for example kalazion (Meibom's gland cyst), cancer, folliculitis, preseptal cellulitis, contact dermatitis, warts, skin tags, and so on.
You should check your complaint again with an ophthalmologist so that you can find out the best treatment to deal with it. When in doubt, you can seek a second opinion by seeing a different doctor from the doctor who examined you previously. In the meantime, it's best if you don't over-touch or squeeze the lump that appears. If you feel pain, compress the area around the lump with warm water. Improve hygiene in the area around your eyelids, including by not holding your eyes using dirty hands, not using excessive cosmetics, cleaning your face and eyes well after using cosmetics, washing your face regularly, and not using skin care products (including eyelid skin) ) carelessly.
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