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... Hi. I get the same sort of thing sometimes but also under my eyes. I researched it and found out what I have is called milia. It's a type of blemish and it can be on eyelids too. ... (2 replies)
... n the middle of my eye and move around slightly. I went to my eye doctor a couple of years ago and was told that this is allergy related and that there are small bumps under my eyelids. I was given eye drops. This was repeated the next summer. ... (0 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)
... Yes, that is great, I appreciate the information. I have used eye drops before and sometimes they work, but most of the time my eyes just get more red / dry. This is going to sound bad, but what exactly is a warm compress? And how often should I do it? And thirdly, what brand of preservative free artifical tear do you recommend? Thank you! Oh, and should I make an... (6 replies)
... ugs is good for your eyes. I would try using a warm compress instead. This will help to melt the plug and open up the glands. You should also try to massage your eyelids a little bit after you've done the compress. I couldn't tell you whether or not you've suffered any permanent damage. ... (6 replies)
... in your eyes and then look at the eye under the blue light... ... (93 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)




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