Thursday, August 26, 2021

How to Get Rid of a Chalazion? Fast Treatment

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 A chalazion is a condition of the eyes in which a red bump occurs on the upper and lower eyelids due to a blocked gland. If a bump occurs on the edges of the eyelid it is called a stye. It is a little difference between a chalazion and a stye. it is also a condition that creates pain, swelling, and inflammation.

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The eye is a basic part of our body and chalazion looks very bad on our face. sometimes its size increases due to negligence to treat it. Because a lot of pus is filled up in the bump and the size of the bump increases. Then it takes a long time to resolve.

When it is not resolved ultimately the only solution is operation or surgery. 

What are the Causes of Chalazion?

A chalazion occurs when something blocks small oil glands of the eyelids that are called meibomian glands. The blocked gland starts to retain the oil and swell. As a result, the fluid will drain and you can get a red lump on your eyelids.

Rosacea, Chronic Blepharitis, and Seborrheic Dermatitis are other causes of a Chalazion.

Rosacea is the condition of the skin that causes redness and acne on your skin. Chronic Blepharitis creates redness and irritation in your eyes. Seborrheic Dermatitis makes your skin dry, itchy, flaky, and swell.

How a Chalazion can be Prevent?

Keep clean the Hygiene of your eyes and protect your eyes. Wash your hands with Soap or sanitize many times in a day. Don't touch or rub the eyes again and again. The hands should be clean if you touched the eyelids.

Do not wear contact lenses in that condition and avoid any cosmetic product. it can create itching and dryness on your eyelids that can be seriousDon't apply any chemicals on eyelids without counseling with your doctor.

Do not share your makeup or contact lenses with others. Throw your old and expired makeup and replace your mascara and eye shadows after 2 or 3 months.

Before going to bed for sleeping, wash your face with a facial scrub or any herbal face wash. It helps to remove dirt and dirty oil from your face.

Symptoms of the Chalazion

  • A red bump occurs on your eyelids
  • Eyes become watery
  • Blurred vision if the chalazion is in large size
  • Mild Eye irritation

Fast Chalazion Treatment

Normally you can treat a chalazion at home but never push on a chalazion or pop it at home. You can injure your eyes instead of remedy.

One day I noticed that I have a chalazion on my upper eyelash line. So I did the usual put warm compresses. Anyway, I noticed it was not going after two months and I thought I'll just give it some time and see what happens. Everyone at college started asking me out had happened to it and everyone asked me it doesn't,t hurt you or itch you? I become very self-conscious of it and tried to make never eye contact with anyone.

After 6 months of having a chalazion and trying endless hot compresses, I applied apple cider vinegar for 5 days and 3 to 4 times a day. Take a cotton and dip into apple cider vinegar and apply on chalazion for 60 seconds. finally, this cure worked and now I am chalazion-free.

Apple cider vinegar is available at stores and you can also buy it online. 

Use Warm Compresses

Take a piece of cloth and wet it with warm water. Keep this piece on the affected area of your eyelids for 15 to 20 minutes three times a day.

Clean Hygiene

Wash the hygiene of your eyelids with sterile saline water. You can use baby shampoo and any facial scrub for this purpose. It will keep neat and clean your eyelid's hygiene and prevents harmful bacteria.

Gently Massage Affected Area

You can gently massage the affected area of the eyelids it helps to open the blockage of the meibomian oil glands.

Medical Treatment

If the chalazion is not resolved you should take it seriously and should contact to eye specialist doctor. A doctor can treat with steroid injection to reduce swelling.

A doctor can prescribe any lubricant eye drop or any antibiotic drop or ointment along with oral steroid and anti-inflammatory drugs. In some serious cases, your physician can cut your chalazion through operation or surgery to drain pus.

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