Lump Under The Inner Eye Bags?
This is how I fit class 10, I want it, on the inside of my eyelids there are lumps, but the doctor said that only ordinary staples have been given eye drops instead of deflating. appeared again on my left side, so what was the disease and what was the cure? Thank you
Hello Fitridebby, thank you for the question.
Lumps in the eyelid can be caused by several things, can be by an infectious disease such as bumps, chronic inflammation, tumors or cysts, etc. These seeds are either acute or have just happened and are chronic or that have been happening for a long time. Acne which is called acute hordeolumbia usually characterized by swelling, redness, pain, and itching. While chronic discharge or kalazion, usually does not cause complaints and only in the form of swelling or small lumps that appear on the eyelids due to blockage of the meibomian gland or oil gland. Kalazion usually appears on the upper eyelid, but can also appear on the lower eyelid or even both eyes. often due to incomplete healing of acute stumps leading to chronic inflammation. Kalazion is generally harmless and can heal itself in a long time, can last for months. Apart from kalazion, swelling of the eyelids can also be caused by other things, such as dacryoadenitis or infection of the tear glands, causing a bump on the upper eyelid on the edge (near the ear), red bumps, pain, watery eyes. Tumors or cysts on the eyelids, usually also occur chronic, but usually accompanied by other complaints such as blurred vision, weight loss, lumps continue to enlarge, etc. Complaints like this can be aggravated or caused by the habit of rubbing eyes with unclean hands, using expired cosmetics, using contact lenses that are not clean, often exposed to dust, and others. To ascertain the cause of the onset of complaint, it should be checked by a doctor especially if the complaint is felt disturbing, the lumps are getting bigger, or the eyelids are red and very painful, or even a sharp decrease in vision. The doctor will conduct a question and answer about complaints experienced, the triggers of complaints, a history of eye disease, and the overall condition of the patient. The doctor will also conduct a thorough and specific physical examination on the eye area, supporting examinations can also be done if needed. If you have known the cause of the complaint, the doctor will provide the right treatment. The doctor may prescribe eye drops, oral medications, or may also take some actions such as surgery if needed to remove the lump, the procedure will be performed according to the cause of the underlying disease. To reduce complaints you should:
Compress with warm water Routine cleaning of the eyelids at least 2x a day Washing hands before and after holding eyes Perform a healthy lifestyle, eat nutritious food, adequate fluid needs, adequate rest Do not rub your eyes Avoid using eye drops without a prescription. Thus, hopefully help.