Most likely a stye (hordeolum) or a chalazion (mebomian cyst), don't worry, these are medic terms. Either way you hv to see an eye doctor. Till then you need to do warm compression with a clean cloth for 10 mins x 3 times a day.
Hello. Your symptoms seem to be suggestive of infection. What exactly is the swelling can not be commented upon right now without having a look at it. It may be a stye or an infected cyst going into a stage of pre-septal cellulitis. You need to start oral antibiotic tablets right away along with continuation of the present medications you are on. Hot water fomentation is equally stressed upon and will work like wonders if done religiously. Also consulting an ophthalmologist right now is advisable. You can provide me with a good quality picture of your eye and reach out anytime for consultation for full treatment plan. Hope this helps. Thank you.
Stress is most important cause. Monitor bp for two weeks is its high it's also a reason.
Lack of sleep is also a cause.
Refresh year to add three times a day. One consulation by opthalmologist is advisable.
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I am sorry to hear about your concern but will be happy to assist you.
Call your eye doctor right away if swelling lasts longer than 24 to 48 hours and you notice any of the following: pain in your eye (s). Blurry vision. Decreased vision.
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Dear user, yes you can use moxicip instead of quadmox as they are both the same composition. Same number of drops in each eye as prescribed by your ophthalmologist. If you found my answer helpful, please leave a positive feedback as it helps me with my practice. Thank you.
It looks like allergic problem. Avoid using any cream or powder on face. Start any anti allergic like cetrizine, if need be you may add steroid. If ,still no relief, you can consult by what's app on my mobile number mobile. Between 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm daily except sundays.
Usually appearing as a swollen, reddish bump on the edge of an eyelid, styes are caused by bacterial infection and inflammation of a meibomian gland. When these oil-producing glands get blocked, eyelid swelling is a typical symptom. In some cases, a stye can cause the whole eyelid to become swollen. Chalazion.
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