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Sty

Also called: Stye, Hordeolum

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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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Yes. A sty (hordeolum) is unrelated to acne, and it can be treated surgically while you are on Accutane.
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I'm sorry to hear you're going through this. It sounds awful!First thing: WASH YOUR HANDS very thoroughly before and after touching that eye...
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yes I would say its probably infected
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Absolutely...swimming is just fine. A sty is not infectious. It is just a clogged oil gland.
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You realize that I have absolutely no way of seeing or examining this eyelid lump. In order for you to get an accurate diagnosis...not an blind...
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Stys are not contagious, so this person can work with infants and children. No problem....
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it could still b a stye , you may just b getting it more infected by trying to touch it, i would say buy an eye wash , u can also find in pharmacys...
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No. A sty would not cause this other pain.
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This may not be a sty (hordeolum) at all, but rather a chalazion. If this has been bothering you for a year, and interfering with using your contact...
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No, if these lumps are chalazions, they are not contagious. They still could be hordeolum internum (stys under the eyelids), so please have them...
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Normal? No, but it can happen. Keep in mind that this eyelid lump may not be a sty (hordeolum) at all. There are other lesions, like a chalazion...
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You can still treat it first before seeing the eye doctor. Depending on your symptoms, you could have a stye or a chalazion. The information below...
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Application of a warm compress or warm washcloth to the affected area for 10 minutes, four to six times a day, can be an effective home remedy and...
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Styes are very common. People of all ages can develop a sty, and men and women are equally affected. There is a slight increase in incidence of styes...
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