... For about a month or two now, i have had a bump under my eyelid. Its not visible from the outside unless i lift the eyelid over. I can feel it from the outside if i touch the spot where it is. It doesnt irritate me in any way. ... (3 replies)
... Could be a stye. I get these a lot. They can be very painful. My eye lid will swell some. A doctor can give you some eye drops for it. There's also an over the counter ointment that helps. Laying a warm wash cloth on your eye several times a day also relieves some of the discomfort. (3 replies)
... sure that it is not on the actual eye because I can move the eyelid around and it will hurt, when touched, in whichever spot the 'bump' is moved to. ... (3 replies)
... t baby 7 months ago and I stopped breastfeeding at 4.5 months post partum. I've noticed since I've stopped breastfeeding that about 3 weeks later I developed an eyelid rash, its made my entire eyelid red, dry and itchy. I also have some spots that are rash red and itchy under my eyes and one spot on my cheek. ... (1 replies)
... ve tried everything and that includes six types of antibiotics. You might just have a sty, you should go see a doctor since infection is a fear and it being your eyelid is a senstive spot. ... (8 replies)
... My driving over the years is not the best, I use more guessing in gauging distance from other objects. Now over the last week I have this annoying twitch in my eyelid that shakes everything. I wear progressive bifocals and the ghosting is still there. ... (1 replies)
... The puffiness isnt directly under my eyes but more above the cheeks. ... (3 replies)
... That "tender" spot under my lid bothers me the most when I try to take a short nap during the day. I don't know why that is. ... (36 replies)
... so that drops are IN the eye and not over them. Then open your eyes real slow. Some like to gently move the bottom of their eyelid to help work the tears in the eyes as well. ... (125 replies)
... it all started 2 years back in grade 10, where i was working as a dishwasher at a restaurant near my house... a year or so later i got this bump on my lower left eyelid and thought it was a stye... i let it go and then before i knew it my eyes were bumpy and swollen everywhere... ... (8 replies)
... The thing that is troubling me now is that even though he confirmed that my viral conjunctivitis is gone, my left upper eyelid is still swollen and puffy. It's not hurting me, but it looks like I'm not opening my eye all the way. ... (25 replies)
... If you do, but she doesn't see a scratch, it is possible that there is actually something in there that she couldn't see. It could be up under your eyelid. Did the dr flip your eyelid and look under it? ... (3 replies)
... n sure how exactly I got it, but we think that I probably just blinked the wrong way and because my eyes were so dry I did not have a layer of tears between the eyelid and the cornea, which caused the eyelid to rub off the surface of my cornea. ... (12 replies)
... One can have ocular rosecea without rosecea of the skin.
Sounds like you need better treatment, aka more doctor/patient time. Antibiotic/steroid ointments, lid scrubs, and possibly oral antibiotics (doxycycline works best) are just some of your options.
HTH (4 replies)
... Hi All!
I have been suffering from an irritated eye for almost 3 years now. It burns, feels like something is in it and causes me alot of anxiety. 2 1/2 years ago I went to an Opthamologist and he gave me about 2 minutes of his time, he looked in my eyes and said I had crust on my lashes and to use Ciba eyescrub. I did and they actually did seem to get better. I would only... (4 replies)
... became very itchy. I also itched it and it became swollen. The swelling wasn't real bad and went down after a day but then my eyelid got real dry and scaly looking and started to flake. It would not go away. ... (2 replies)