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Red bump in the left eye, diagnosed dacryocisitis, increasing eye pain. Taken keflex. Can the infection be drained out?

I had this painful red bump come up in the lower inner corner of my left eye on Wednesday, went to see an eye dr. On Friday, he told me it was dacryocisitis. Since then it area on my has gotten larger and increasing pain. I have been on Keflex since Friday. This morning it appears to have come to a head is draining, should it do this , and will or should it drain all of that infection out and be gone soon?
Asked On : Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
Nov 2012
Pain and redness point towards acute dacryocystitis, which is treated by oral antibiotics, antibiotic eye drops and anti inflammatory eye drops,which should be started by your ophthalmologist. Once this inflammation has resolved then syrining of the lacrimal passages has to be done. Consult an ophthalmic plastic surgeon for proper management of the condition.
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Answered: Sun, 25 Nov 2012
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