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Stye on eye. Remedy?

I have a style on my eye, I got it about 2 days ago, when I woke up and felt it coming on. I am wondering how to get rid of it? I have tried putting tea on, heat compressions twice a day (only for about 3 minutes though) I wear concealer on it during the day as I go to school and it's embarrassing, I think this might not be helping...
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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welcome to health care magic
for your kind information it was stye,but not style..
stye means inflammation and infection of gland of moll/zeis which are present at the margin of eye lid..Stye is also called as external hordeolum....Most common organism is bacteria(staphylococcus)
it has 2 stages, in the early stage hot fomentation's 2-3 times a day will improve control infection antibiotic eye drops are the very severe stages when abscess(pus)had formed you need to drain the pus with a minute incision..
consult ophthalmologist for further suggestions and treatment..hope you get satisfied with my answers..have a speedy recovery
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Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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