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Where does a stye on your eye come from?

I guess that i got eye stye on my eyelids. It looks ugly and i feel itchy on the eyelid. What causes it? Where does a stye on the eyes come from?
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  • Shureluck


    Commonly, eye stye is caused by an acute infection or inflammation of the secretory glands of the eyelids. It can occur in one or both eyes. The most common causes of eye stye are daibetes, allergies, and blepharatis. Sometimes meibomitis and rosacea are also possible to lead to eye stye. But take it easy. Some home remedies help you get rid of it. Alum water is good to kill bacteria and virus if you wash your eyes and elief the stye with them. Tea bag is also useful to heal eye stye if you place them on stye after steeding tea bag into warm water for 30 minutes. A warm compress on stye for 5 minutes 4 times a day is also a great way to heal stye.
  • David garcia


    Well, yes, I have to say that eye styes can just make your eyes look ugly and older. And that can be very annoying. Generally speaking, a stye is inflammation of the eyelid, usually inside one of the small glands lining the eyelid. For the causes, according to some researches, most of styes are caused by infection from bacteria. So you just need to check it with your own situation, and then avoid it. For your situation, a pair of eye patch can be useful. To get rid of it, first, you can heat a piece of garlic, and then apply it on your eyes. Repeat it for several times, and then it will relieve your symptom. Also, you can just use a cool tea bag too. Anyway, just have a try.
  • ctc_youth


    Your eye stye on the eyelids must make you feel itchy and painful. It may be caused from the invisible bacterium. You need to take some medicine with anti-inflammation to release the eye stye on the eyelids. Then you could use some warm compress by finding the clean cloth and hot water to make your eyes get comfortable and moisture.

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