Overcoming Swelling In The Eye Bags?
I want to ask my eye bags are swollen, the left side is in the corner pocket, it’s red and swollen, then yesterday it looked like white blood was coming out, but it hasn’t been deflated” it’s been a month, what is the medicine, thank you
Hello Batik Producers
Thank you for your question
Swelling in the eye bags or lower eyelids can be caused by several things, such as:
chalazion (inflammation of the tear glands of the eyelids) folliculitis (inflammation of the hair follicles, boils) furuncles (inflammation of the hair follicles that are quite numerous and coalesce, looking like boils with multiple peaks) injury to the eyelids contact dermatitis or allergies to the surrounding area eyelid skin and other causes. It's quite difficult to ascertain the condition you are experiencing because I did not check the condition of your eye bags directly. Most likely there is inflammation or infection, considering your eye bags are red. Besides that, I'm not clear about what you mean by "white blood" coming out of the corners of your eye bags. I interpret that “white blood” is blood mixed with pus. If true, then this confirms that there is an infection in your eye bag area. However, to ensure this, a direct examination must be carried out by either a general practitioner or an ophthalmologist. Therefore, you should check with the nearest doctor.
What you should do now is the following:
Avoid rubbing or squeezing your eye area and eye bags. You can compress your swollen eye bags by using a warm compress or a cold compress. If the "white blood" comes out of the corners of your eye bags, wipe it gently with a tissue. Make sure you wash your hands before and after handling sore eye bags. Hope this answer helps you.
dr. Aldy Valentino