blepharitis

Is Eye Discharge Normal?

Is Eye Discharge Normal?

It’s normal for people to accumulate at least a bit of discharge in the corners of their eyes. At the same time, it’s unreasonable to wake up feeling like the eyes are glued shut. In some cases, excessive eye discharge can be a sign of an underlying health condition....

Treatments for Recurring Chalazion

A small bump that looks similar to a pimple and appears on the eyelid is called a chalazion.  If more than one is present, it is referred to as chalazia.  A chalazion is usually caused because of a blocked meibomian gland (oil gland) that develops on the inside of the...
TheraLife Helps with Relief for Chalazion Sufferers

TheraLife Helps with Relief for Chalazion Sufferers

Developing as a lump on the eyelid, a chalazion (chalazia= plural)  slowly grows from a blocked oil gland in the eyelid.  Generally, not caused by an infection, this blocked oil gland starts out simply as an area on the eyelid that is small, tender, red, and swollen. ...
Chalazion Treatment, Causes, & Symptoms

Chalazion Treatment, Causes, & Symptoms

What is a chalazion? A chalazion is a blockage in a small duct in your eyelid (called the meibomian glands) that can result in a small bump and cause eyelid swelling. Each of your eyelids has small glands called meibomian glands located near the eyelashes, which...

Chalazion vs Stye: What is the Difference?

Whenever a painful bump or hard knot appears on the eye, the only thing a person suffering can think of is relief. When you consider chalazion vs stye, they are different.  Stye is infectious where as stye is not.  It is important to know the difference in symptoms...

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