The Child’s Lower Eyelids Are Swollen Like Streaks?
Why yes my child’s lower eyelids are swollen like a nodule for a long time from 4th to now he’s 6 years old.
Are lumps disappearing or are they always there? Are there any changes in size? Lumps in the lower eyelid can be caused by several of the following conditions:
Kalazion Hordeolum Inflammation of the tear glands A blockage in the tear ducts Long lumps may be kalazion, but this must be confirmed first by direct examination. Kalazion itself is a lump in the eyelid caused by a blockage of the meibomian gland / oil gland. Sometimes kalazion can disappear on its own, but sometimes it needs treatment. Handling of kalazion is by small surgery.
To ensure the cause of swelling or bumps on your child's eyelids, you should bring your child to the eye doctor directly so that further examination can be done to ascertain his condition and so that your child can be given more appropriate treatment.
While waiting to see a doctor, you should keep the eye area clean, don't squeeze the lump, and give warm water compresses if necessary.
Hope it helps you,