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What are good home remedies for eye chalazion?

I got eye chalazion. I am here to ask some home remedies. Please help.
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  • Jonah


    Well, so sorry to hear that you have got chalazion because sometimes it could make our eyes appear ugly and bring a lot of pains to us, so we must tackle it before it is too late. So, as to home remedies, I recommend that you try to get warm compressor to apply on your eyes for some time each day, which could help with your problem, also try to use some oculentum. Anyway, home remedie could just be supplimentary.
  • constans


    Firstly, you can apply a warm, damp compress for 10 to 15 minutes for six times each day, at the same time, you should take gentle massage of the chalazion. It can reduce swelling and promote drainage of the gland. And you should clean your eyelids regularly to reduce oil buildup. On the contrary, you do not pop or scratch the clalazion to worsen it. Additionally, surgical removal is effective is a chalazion is large and does not resolve with home treatment.
  • Lynn Sherrill


    The individual who get eye chalazion may swell on the eyelid and sensitivity to light, some even have excessive tearing. Eye chalazion is really a terrible disease that can make your appearance ugly and destroy your good mood. Eye chalazion often lasts almost two years without any medical treatment. So if you really get eye chalazion, please ask a doctor for help as soon as possible. Here are some home remedies that may help you. Firstly, apply warm towel on your eyelids for five to ten minutes, every four times a day that can reduce your swelling; secondly, a prescription for antibiotic eye drops or ointments if a bacterial infection is suspected to be present; thirdly, do not rub or scratch the chalazion in order to avoid future infection. However, if these ways do not work and your chalazion still lasts for several weeks, then it's time to visit a doctor and bring a note from him/her.