... Yes, mine are very rarely on the actual lid. It seems the one's that are up in the eye lid hurt worse. They usually go away in three or four days. If it doesn't get better in a few days, I would go see a doctor just to be safe. I'm not recommending you do this, but my dad will squeeze his and sometimes get a core or something out of it. He says if he does this and gets it... (3 replies)
... I thought those bumps were always right at the edge and were very visible. Is it possible that this will go away on it's own, I don't do well with eye drops. ... (3 replies)
... sounds like milia to me. I get these as well. You can look them up and see if it is what you have. They are hard bumps nearly impossible to get rid of. ... (2 replies)
... What do you mean by eye muscle "being compromised "?
Also I meant to mention I went to see the same plastic surgeon yesterday. This time when he examined my eye he told me it was in by 200mm or 2mm now....before he told me it was in by 300mm or 3mm..something like that.
Now, he noticed the diplopia was decreasing (such as he seen eye improvement) which shocked him... (13 replies)
... Well, my eyes don't necessarily cause me extreme pain, but they can burn at night sometimes. My eye was red all day yesterday and felt irratable last night when I was getting a glass of water, so I expected the same eye to be red today and it is fine. I did what I thought was a warm compress yesterday... I took a hot washcloth and pressed it against my eyes and kept putting... (6 replies)
... put it under some warm water, then place it over your eyelids. I'd leave it on there for at least 5 minutes. If the towel gets too cool, just stick it back under the warm water again. ... (6 replies)
... ating! OH yes and before I forget.... I found a bump on the outer corner of my eye. It's somewhat like a grain of sand only skin colour. There's another directly under my pupil but on my eyelid. It's where you put eyeliner. I don't quite know if the bumps are what's causing my problems. ... (2 replies)
... not get headaches from that, so its my guess also that it is either the patanol or a side effect of your eyes being so dry. Did she tell you that the irritation under your eyelid was called a kind of conjunctivitis? ... (3 replies)
... I began noticing my eye problem just under a week ago. I have worn glasses since 1998, and have had fairly decent vision since, and was shocked by the problems that began. ... (1 replies)
... I know how you feel. I just hate it when I know that there is something wrong but there is nothing visible that the dr can see. Has anybody looked UNDER your eyelids to see if there is any inflammation? ... (13 replies)