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Prolonged dryness in eyes, persistent small red thing inside the lower eye lids. Remedy?

hi , i have been experiencing eye dryness probelm for quite some time .Now a days i am noticing a small red kind of thing which is inside by lower eye lids (doctors said this is due to body heat ) but it is quite persistant for me abt 2 months . what will be remedy for this and do i need to treat my eye with some specialist . thanks
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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Persistent red lesion or swelling in the lower eyelids persisting for more than 2 months may be because of chronic inflammation of one of the glands of the eyelids like chalazion. The treatment for which is basically by antibiotic eye drops and if it is not responding to eye drops minor surgical procedure may be required. However I advice you to consult your eye doctor for accurate diagnosis and treatment accordingly.
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