Swollen Eyelids And Eyeballs Are Not The Same?
rn4 years ago I underwent eye surgery because there was a lump in the tear bag so that until now my eyelid is still swollen and not the same as the one on the other sidernAnd when I see the big eyeball is not the same as the normal one, please provide a solution so that it returns to normal
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There are many possible causes of lumps in the eye. Need to clarify first, where exactly does your lump appear? And according to the doctor what is the cause of the lump?
If the lump you mean appears inside the eyeball, then the possible cause could be pinguecula, pterygium, limbal dermoid, conjunctival tumors, and so on. However, if a lump appears on the eyelid, then the possible cause is a hordeolum (stye), chalazion, preseptal cellulitis, benign or malignant tumors, and so on. Each of these possible causes of lumps can have different treatments, including different surgical procedures, so it is necessary to clarify first what disease caused the lump in your eye beforehand?
After undergoing surgery on the eye, swelling is generally normal in the early weeks after surgery. This swelling occurs related to inflammation in the area around the surgical site. However, if the swelling persists for years, then the possible cause is no longer inflammation, but it could also be due to:
Keloids (hypertrophic scars) --- excess post-inflammatory scar tissue formation Infection of surgical scars Insect bites Contact dermatitis Recurrent eye bumps (the cause is as mentioned above) This post-inflammatory scar tissue formation can also pull the tissue around the eye causing the eye You look great next door. It could also be, this condition makes the eyes feel lumpy, difficult to blink, or even difficult to open the eyes.
We recommend that you directly check your complaint to an ophthalmologist so that further evaluation will be carried out. The treatment will be adjusted to the cause of your complaint.
At this time, you are advised not to touch the swollen eyes excessively. If the swollen eye is painful, try using a warm compress first to make it feel more comfortable.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah