Solution To Overcome Friction And Fertilization In Children?
Hello, I want to ask, my child has had 2 days of suffering on the left eye, his right eye has a small nodule in the upper eyelid, not outside the eye. R nI want to ask for a solution, to overcome is it dangerous to my child and is it dangerous to a child in toddler age ?? And how to deal with the pimple in the other eye how? . Thank you for this … warm regards
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An abnormal discharge from the eye (rubbing) usually indicates inflammation. Triggers of this inflammation can vary, ranging from bacterial infections, viral infections, foreign body entry, allergies, irritation, or various other causes. In children, often this choking occurs associated with blocked glands of the tear glands, it could be due to abnormalities since birth, infections, or side effects of procedures performed in the eye. In addition to rubbing, often inflammation in the eye also makes the eyes look red, runny, itchy, sore, sore, more sensitive to light, or even impaired vision function. Inflammation in this eye can occur in almost all parts of the eye, starting from the outermost, namely conjunctivitis (inflammation of the conjunctival inflammation), to the deeper, such as keratitis (inflammation of the cornea), uveitis (inflammation of the uvea tract), endophthalmitis (inflammation of the inner lining of the eyeball) ), pantofthalmitis (inflammation of all layers of the eyeball), and so on.
Meanwhile, the appearance of small nodules on the eyelids, precisely in the mouth of the eye, may indicate the following conditions:
Hordeolum (nodules, inflammation of the oil glands in the eyelid)
Chalazion (Meibomian gland cyst)
Trichiasis (eyelashes that grow inward)
Contact dermatitis (inflammation of the skin due to contact with allergenic or irritative substances, for example mascara, powder, eye shadow)
Folliculitis (inflammation of hair roots)
Benign or malignant tumors in the eyes, and so on
You can have your child consulted directly to a doctor or pediatrician to be evaluated more deeply for possible conditions that triggered his complaint. Usually, the right diagnosis can be made enough based on the results of a regular physical examination. However, in cases that are suspected to be more serious, your doctor may also advise your child to undergo further tests, such as examination with a slit lamp, laboratory tests, biopsy, and so on.
We recommend that you take the following steps:
Give your child the understanding not to touch his eyes with his hands or other dirty tools
Wash your child's hands diligently, also bathe him regularly 2 times a day
Avoid the child's eyes from getting in the smoke, dust or other irritating substances
Clean the rays that come out using clean tissue that does not contain fragrance
Give children enough food and drink to be nutritious so that their endurance is optimal
Do not give drugs carelessly in children without a prescription from a doctor
Hope this helps ...