Lower Eyelid Pain And Swelling When You Wake Up?
Hello, when I was sleeping in the morning, suddenly my left eyelid is still painful but I expected it then the pain will disappear … but now the outer eyelid is swollen and the inside of the painful lid turns red … when it is touched, skit … it also feels good, even though I don’t have any problems in the eyes beforehand … so it doesn’t happen ap2, but why could this be like … the explanation is clear … thanks
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Pain, swelling, and redness in the lower left eyelid generally indicate inflammation. Frequently, this inflammation is triggered by infection (can be bacterial, viral, lice, or fungal), allergies, irritation, immune disorders, or certain skin conditions (eg rosacea, atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis). Here are some types of inflammation that can cause complaints like you experience:
Irritant contact dermatitis (inflammation of the skin due to contact with irritative substances) Hordeolum (bumps, inflammation of the glands in the eyelids) Blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelids) Trichiasis (growth of eyelashes that enter protrudes into the skin) Allergic contact dermatitis (inflammation of the skin in the eyelids) substances in contact with skin) Bite of insects or other animals, etc. Try to do the following steps to deal with your complaint:
Compress the area around your eyes that is painful and swollen with warm water, use a clean towel while doing it. Rest yourself from exhausting activities, lie down while raising your head slightly so that the swelling in the eye decreases Do not rub excessive eyes, especially with dirty hands Avoid first use excessive cosmetics around the eyes If there are secretions that come out of the eye, clean using a clean tissue that does not contain fragrance If the pain feels quite disturbing, you can first consume paracetamol drugs Use protective glasses when activating outside the room so that the eyes do not concede foreign substances dangerous If with the steps above your complaint still hasn't improved, we recommend that you check yourself directly to the doctor or ophthalmologist to get the best treatment, okay?
I hope this helps.