Swollen Eyes At The Bottom And Pus?
Hello doc. You ask, my eyes are swollen at the bottom, it often happens, and in this swelling it hurts and there is a kind of pus (like pus being a boil / pimple), sometimes it goes away but one day it comes again. Do you think this is a disease? And how to treat it? Thank you
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Swollen, painful, and suppurating lower eyes usually indicate inflammation due to infection. Not only ulcers or acne, several other conditions, namely hordeolum (stubborn), impetigo, preseptal cellulitis, and so on can also cause complaints like this. In addition to infections, complaints at the bottom of your eye can also occur due to insect bites, contact dermatitis, ectropion, entropion, blocked glands of the tear glands, benign or malignant tumors, and so on.
Of course, complaints in the eyes can be very disturbing. Not infrequently, complaints like this will make sufferers want to continue rubbing or scratching the eyes of those who have complaints. This certainly cannot be allowed. Because, if not treated properly, inflammation in your eyes can spread to other tissues in the vicinity.
Check your complaint directly to the doctor or ophthalmologist so that the best treatment is provided. Depending on the cause, later on the condition you can treat your doctor with ointments or eye drops, oral medication, even surgery in more severe cases. At home, you can do the following handling:
Compress the swollen eye with ice water while pressing slightly. Position your head higher during sleep, avoid sleeping on your side to the eyes that have complaints. Don't cry excessively Keep your face and the area around your eyes always clean. Avoid using excessive cosmetics around the eyes. , especially those that have expired Protect your eyes from the entry of harmful foreign substances, for example by using glasses. Put artificial tears in first to relieve discomfort in your eyes. Hope it helps.