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Chalazions affecting my confidence. They have been here for weeks and they have not disappeared
Posted: Posted June 23rd
Edited June 28th by Worried_British_Man
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They look similar to this





One doctor thought they were styes and one doctor though they were acne, but they look more like chalazions to me.

What should I do? How can I get rid of them? Please help me, I feel like I can't pull women with these lumps under my eyes and I might be single forever unless these lumps disappear

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In the mean time, warm compresses for 10 or 15 minutes 3 to 5 times a day.

If they really are bothering you, go to a doctor who actually specialises in this kind of thing. An ophthalmologist. They can scoop those little sacks of yuck right out of your eyelids in about 10 or 15 minutes!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phWKZTsy2dg

Posted June 24th by elemtilas
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Elemtilas have you ever had a stye of a chalazion before?


Posted June 25th by Worried_British_Man
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Edited June 25th by Worried_British_Man
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That’s a sty. I used to get them from eyeshadow but I don’t wear makeup anymore I

Posted June 25th by Brandy
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@worried_british_man:
I hope its not Sebaceous Gland Carcinoma or some horrible type of cancer

You don’t have to live up so literally to your nickname or nom de gtx0.
Instead of worrying, actually go to an eye doctor.
If you’re British, it’s free for you, isn’t it?

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Maybe we should all just tell you it’s something horrible like a botfly or some other parasite. If we can out-pessimize you, maybe you’ll get pissed off at us and quit worrying.
Although I think any reasonable moderator would stop me if I tried that!



Posted June 25th by chiarizio
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@worried_british_man:

A slow-growing, inflammatory lump in the tear gland of the eyelid.
A chalazion is most common in adults ages 30 to 50 who also have rosacea or blepharitis.
Common
More than 200,000 US cases per year
Treatable by a medical professional
Requires a medical diagnosis
Lab tests or imaging not required
Medium-term: resolves within months
Consult a doctor for medical advice
Sources: Mayo Clinic and others. Learn more
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Posted June 25th by chiarizio
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chiarizio I'm not 30 to 50 though. I'm still in my 20's.


Posted June 25th by Worried_British_Man
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chiarizio I'm not 30 to 50 though. I'm still in my 20's.


Do you have, or have you ever had, rosacea or blepharitis?

Have you seen a medical professional about it to get a diagnosis, or would you rather just keep guessing what it is and worrying about it?

Are you willing to put up with it for the months it will take to go away by itself —— if it really is chalazions —— or would you rather get the apparently easy and sure-fire treatment a medical pro could give you?

You’re in your twenties —— don’t you think it’s about time to grow up?


Edited June 26th by chiarizio
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I went to see another doctor. She gave me fusidic acid eyedrops and clarithromycin antibiotics. She said she thinks they are infected styes, hordeolums and then she said they may be chalazions.

I don't know what rosacea or blepharitis are. But I do get acne from time to time.

I hope I don't have to go through all the trouble this man's been going through:
https://edgeofdavid.com/bacterial-eye-infection/
Do you think I can still pull women with chalazions under my eyes?

Edited June 26th by Worried_British_Man
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@worried_british_man:

I went to see another doctor. She gave me fusidic acid eyedrops and clarithromycin antibiotics. She said she thinks they are infected styes, hordeolums and then she said they may be chalazions.


Well done!


Do you think I can still pull women with chalazions under my eyes?


I think you won’t have to worry about it much longer. They’ll clear up soon now that you’re getting the right treatment.

Also, maybe you and your women are too young to think about this yet, but, eventually, women are going to be impressed by a man who can take care of himself, take care of them, and take care of their family, more than a man with a great-looking face. Or so I’ve always heard.




Posted June 26th by chiarizio
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