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Hi I found this info at http://www.kirkeyecenter.com/patient-education/herpes-zoster-shingles-eye-infections/ read through it may just interest you...
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   I would say from your description that it could be, a lack of sleep will compound the problem as well but ether way the folds will go...
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It would be impossible to predict the outcome of a skin eruption since every person is different when it comes to healing times. Additionally, it...
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"Cut me, Mick!" (Rocky I). Yes, in some cases, a fresh hematoma (accumulation of blood) can be surgically-drained if done promptly but...
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Sounds like you may have the beginning stage of a sty. Stys are normally found under the eye lid, or along the eye lash area. When I get a sty...
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Hi The good news is, these can be removed, said to be successful.But and here's the but, they will come back again and again. so it a bit like...
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Sounds like some irritant.  Especially being in the area that you are in.  I would flush my eye(s) out before going to bed at night...
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In many cases, very warm to hot compresses over the eye will help this sty rupture, and your body will heal it. If the sty (assuming it is a sty and...
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Hi If its glass as you say, then get to an ER ASAP, don't play with or you will scratch your cornea.Good Luck
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I have to say that I have no heard of this disorder. Eczema is a dry SKIN condition (atopic dermatitis) an the eyeball has no skin. Your medical...
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See an ophthalmologist (eye physician) for a second opinion. A droopy eyelid may be ptosis, a problem with the nerve leading to this eye lid. There...
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Hi Just go see your chemist, they should be able to find you a cream for them.Good Luck
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yes I would say its probably infected
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You should get tested for Lyme Disease immediately. There is not always a bullseye rash or visible tick. You have nearly every symptom based on those...
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A lot of the time animal bites, including pets can give infection if they bite you. Despite myth, their mouths are only as clean as the last thing...
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