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Angelica christian


How long does it take for an eye chalazion to go away?

I got eye chalazion. It looks bad. How long does it take to get rid of it?
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  • chilloutsha


    Well, it seems that you are quite unlucky. Anyway, I quite understand your anxiety over it. So, there are some ways you could employ. Try to apply some warm compressors on your eyes to deal with your problem. More importantly, it could be wise for you to get an eye surgery. Take it easy, the surgery would not make you suffer.
  • b0rkb0rkb0rk


    Yes, it looks so bad for you to get the eye chalazion. If you accept the medical treatment and keep the good habit of using eyes, your eye chalazion will be released after about a week. And the full recovery may need you about half a month. You'd better keep on using the medical care and keep notice of hygiene problems. The eye chalazion refers to the meibomian gland and its surrounding tissue inflammation which are caused by obstruction of the gland after chronic granulomatous gland body increase. The chalazion onset is eyelid edema and swelling eyes which will stimulate the symptoms. The hordeolum may not have easy difference. A few days later, the above symptoms will be subsided. The eyelid will leave only painless, slow growth of circular mass and so on. Then the surface of the skin can be in the relax state. You should go to the hospital and accept the medical treatment carefully. Then you will get the full recovery.
  • crystalwhip


    Well, generally speaking, it will take about one week. First, a chalazion is a blockage in a small duct in your eyelid, and it can lead to a small bump and eyelid swelling. According to some researches, when the glands in your eyes can not release their oil because their duct is blocked, a chalazion will occur. Some factors which can increase the risk of developing a chalazion, including blepharitis, viral infection. You can try warm compresses which may be helpful. For example, you can hold a warm, wet cloth on the eyelid for five to 10 minutes, four times a day. And after one week, it will just be fine.

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