- Sodium cromoglycate
- Tetracycline ointment
I noticed a growth on my upper lid of my left eye, then about two weeks later, I noticed another on the lower lid of my right eye.
After another two weeks, I noticed another in the upper lid of my right eye. About one month later, which is now, there’s another one on the same upper lid of my left eye.
This last one is a bit painful but the rest are not. I don’t know what is wrong with me.
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Most likely you have multiple chalazions that are caused by obstruction of meibomian Glands at the eyelid margin or meibomian gland dysfunction.
Meibomian gland dysfunction can cause dry eyes, blepharitis and chalazion. Chalazion is treated by surgical removal which can be done in outpatient clinic as simple procedure.
Read These articles to have better idea about chalazion and Meibomian gland dysfunction and also to learn how to treat and prevent them.
Chalazion, Click here
Meibomian gland Dysfunction, Click here
Treatment of Blepharitis, Click here