The Lump On The Lower Left Eyelid Looks Like An Inflamed Pimple?
I am 25 .. in the lower left eyelid there is a lump. like a ripe pimple .. then I got gentamycin and now the lumps are starting to deflate and white. ”Its like a ripe pimple has turned red, everything including the entire inner eyelid .. and my eyes are also said to be inflamed .. flushed, emitting water .. and easy to excrete dirt and in the morning always emit green mucus .. and already given Tobroson the drops are better .. but why do my eyes stay red? and my eyelids are still red and still have small red bumps? is the medicine wrong?
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Lumps that appear on the eyelids that resemble pimples or boils, one that you can think of is a condition known as hordeolum or known as a stye. This condition generally occurs in one eye and generally does not significantly interfere with vision function. The presence of additional complaints such as red eyes and the presence of discharge from the eye can be another medical condition that can be related either directly or indirectly to the presence of the stye condition. Some of the conditions you can think of that are the cause of your current complaint are as follows:
Hordeoulum. In addition to the presence of stye that appears, it can also cause red eyes
The presence of dry eye conditions. Dry eye is one of the risks of hordeolum itself which can also be accompanied by red eyes
The entry of foreign objects in the eye
Irritation of the outermost surface of the eye known as conjunctivitis. This can be caused by allergic conditions, viral or bacterial infections.
There is irritation of the eyelash hair follicles. Due to the use of certain cosmetics
Other medical conditions.
The drugs that you mentioned above are a type of antibiotic and some contain steroids. Where to use these drugs should be based on the advice and instructions of a doctor. Because the use of these drugs must be in accordance with the indication where a bacterial infection occurs and the use of steroids is also necessary. If your condition does not improve or even worsens, it is advisable to do a consultation and direct examination by a doctor so that you can find out the cause of your current complaint so that appropriate treatment can be carried out.
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That's what I can say, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Tiwi