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Pink eye turned into celluitis, eyes getting red, eyelids coming down, swelled, weak. Cure?

Hello, I had a severe case of pink eye that turned into celluitis about 2 years ago. The same eye is still a little redder than the other at times and the upper eyelid comes down further than my other eye. I ve been to an eye doctor and he said nothing is wrong with my eye and there s nothing he can do about my eyelid basically sagging. He said it was because my eyelid swelled up and the eyelid is weak now. I hate not have equal size eyes. I m tired of looking at it every day and is there ANYTHING you suggest I could do to help my weak eyelid. thank you!!
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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It appears that 2 years back you had orbital cellulitis in the effected eye which is an inflammation of the orbital structures and the eye. I am afraid you have not taken proper treatment for the same and problem has become chronic which is causing recurrent attacks of drooping of your eye lids. You should visit some qualified eye specialist to get a proper examination done so that you can get rid of the problem.

Answered: Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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