Swollen Eyelids That Are Not Accompanied By Pain?
My eyes were initially small, but for a long time they didn’t hurt and they still remained red at the top like pimples, and I routinely gave compresses and gave genoint ointments. But now it’s already shrinking but why is there a white inside like a pus?
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Swollen eyelids that are not accompanied by pain and signs of inflammation / infection then these can be caused by kalazion. This condition is an abnormality in the eyelid due to the blockage of the sweat glands. Often kalazion occurs due to a long-lasting or chronic stint / hordeolum, and no more pain is felt. Due to the length of fluid inside, the liquid will become hard and will be difficult to disappear by itself. But kalazion can also occur spontaneously without having to be preceded by acute inflammation such as hordeolum.
Until now, a good treatment option is to make an incision directly to remove the obstruction in the eyelid. Giving warm compresses and gentle massage might help reduce fluid and reduce the swelling that occurs.
If kalazion occurs repeatedly, it is better if you conduct discussions and examinations directly with an ophthalmologist to get information and the selection of appropriate treatment.
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