... Yeh it really hurt plucking the eyelashes out, but it's what I do when I get a stye infection so thought I'd give it a try. ... (3 replies)
... If so, I think you may have a stye that is causing that. If not, secondly, you might have an ingrown eyelash poking your eye. ... (2 replies)
... rted to have increased dificulty with reading, and see floaters alot. I also have the feeling that there is something poking me in my left eye, thought it was a stye so changed makeup, soaked got drops, still there. I even stoped wearing makeup all together. ... (0 replies)
... But is is supposed to turn white? Is it getting worse? or does it mean its turning better (3 replies)
... I have had this almost for 5 yrs now, at some point, 7 times in a row on each eye...
Pretty harmless and goes over the time, realized it wud reduce happening with more hand hygiene, washing hands every hour and using hand sanitizer. Also, stopped rubbing and touching eyes altogether. Does'nt happen anymore !!! (3 replies)
... You may have a stye, but it needs seen by a doctor for some antibiotics. There is nothing more important than your eye sight and you don't want to take any chances. (1 replies)
... tion for it 3 days ago, but I haven't felt much improvement. When I was there, he said that it was the beginning of an infection. I also told him about the small stye that's been in my eye for several months, but he wasn't very helpful on the subject. He's foreign, so it was kind of hard to tell what he was trying to say. ... (0 replies)
... well at time. I've had this condition for over a year.. It was treated with antibiotic as a stye with no results.. Also as a sinus allergy and nada! ... (0 replies)
... and it's really starting to get to me. I've never had a stye in my life until the first one came around. Now they seem to be a frequent occurance. Why am I only getting them in one eye? ... (0 replies)
... To be fair it is allergy season and my one eye, the one without the the HALO's now has a stye and both eyes have been extremely dry do to fans on at night etc.. I also spend alot of time watching Laptop and TV in poor lit areas. ... (1 replies)
... Acuvue Advance is the brand lens I wear. They supposedly have hydra-clear which is what Acuvue brand claims keeps the eyes moist or what not. I used to wear Biomedics in the past, but the Acuvue's were good for me when I used to wear them so I just stuck to that brand. I might give the opti-medics a try eventually.
I used to feel almost the exact same feeling! Almost... (7 replies)
... years now. I have no clue if I have a type of Stye Eye or something of that nature. ... (1 replies)
... I've had this bump on top my eyelid for as long as I remember(years). It's never hurt, and it doesn't really get in the way, but recently I noticed that it's gotten larger. It might be some sort of mole or something. Its coloring is similar to a zit. Just a little redder that normal skin. It used to be normal skin color, and now it seems to have increased in size and changed... (0 replies)
... On October 18th, 2009 I noticed what looked like a zit on my right upper eyelid below my eyebrow. So I squeezed it but it instantly got larger, redder, and swollen. I saw my family doctor who thought it was a stye/chalizon and reffered me to an opthamologist but he said it was not a stye, chalizion, cyst, etc. as there is no fluid/pus inside it. My regular doctor said he... (2 replies)
... It is likely a blocked oil gland, a milder form of a stye. Treatment for styes and similar lumps are with warm compresses to soften the material inside and allow it to self drain. Do this 3-4 times a day.
If the swelling enlarges and spread to the whole lid, you may need antibiotics. See your ophthalmologist or primary care doctor in that case. (2 replies)
... no have an answer but a similar condition. I got a lump in my upper eyelid on my left eye and though it does not hurt, I did some research and thought it was a stye and treated for that. At the time I did not have insurance, so just left it. ... (2 replies)
... This may be a stye or chalazion. Try applying a hot compress daily for two weeks. If it does not go away, you may want to contact your doctor. ... (1 replies)
... If it's on the edge, it is likely to be a stye or an infected hair follicle. It it's on the lid itself, it is most probably a cyst and that needs a visit to an ophthalmologist. ... (1 replies)
... Is it a stye? (1 replies)
... I'm confused! Ten weeks ago, I was having a little problem with my left eye, and my GP told me I had a stye. I've had some typical stye symptoms since. Then, three days ago, I was rubbing my eye, and my wife noticed something protruding above my lower lid. ... (0 replies)