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Boils in eyes that started during pregnancy present even now, no antibiotics as breastfeeding. Solution ?

I had a baby 7mths ago. When i was about 3mths pregnant i started having boils in my eyes and the doctor said it ll stop after i gave birth. My baby is now 7mths and i still have these boils. I ve had all manner of tests and nothing is wrong with me. The boils come out like 2-3 on each eyes and the frequency has increased. They are almost always there. Doctor said he can t give me antibiotics because am still breast feeding. What do i do? The boils are quite painful
Asked On : Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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your doctor must have told you about these boils....styes?or other wise?he is right in this way to avoid antibiotics orally while feeding the baby but you can use local antibiotic ointment in your eye, but afte discussing it with your doctor.moreover try to reduce sugar intake and oily, spicy foods in your diets as these boils can be reduced with your dietary habits change . if any Eye specialist available, discuss your problem with him
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