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Hard lump under eyebrow, oozed on popping, pains on pressing, difficulty in breathing through that part of nose. Related?

I ve got a hard lump under my eyebrow by bridge of my nose , I tried popping it w a sterile needle only blood and clear fluid came out. It hurts if I put pressure on it and it also makes my eyelid swollen // droopy looking. And that side of my nose was hard to breath out of now iv got a cold I believe. Related? It s been 2 days and no change.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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One possibility is Dacrocystitis,inflammation and infection of Lacrimal gland which is present at the junction of the nose bridge and eyebrows.Please dont incise with a needle.
Because of spread of edema due to inflammation,your eye lids will be swollen and if the nose is involved,it may cause difficulty in breathing.
For time being,please take Antihistamine for Cold,Antibiotic and Antiinflammatory drugs for the hard lump.
Please consult an Ophthalmologist and get it diagnosed.
Wish you good health
Answered: Tue, 5 Feb 2013
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