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I am having a lump on the inner side of my right eyelid. I went to doctor and he said its a chalazion. He prescribed me Azimax 500. But iI cant tolerate the medicine. Headspin, weakness are felt. What can I do now? Please help.


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replied July 21st, 2017
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Welcome to e health forum.

Chalazion is a cyst in the mid portion of the eyelids, which occur due to a blocked oil gland. They appear red and usually are non painful. Formation of such chalazions is gradual over a few weeks.

Treatment is typically initially with warm compresses, to the affected eye for approximately 15 minutes 4 times per day. This promotes drainage and healing by softening the hardened oil that is occluding the duct.

Topical antibiotics can be used initially, to control the infection.

Chalazia will often disappear without further treatment within a few months, and virtually all will reabsorb within two years. If this does not happen in a few months, steroid injections can be given for smaller lesions, while the larger ones may need surgical excision.

You should consult with a opthalmologist (eye specialist doctor) who can help you appropriately.

I hope this helps.


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