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Shelby harris

Does anyone know treatment for blepharitis in adults?

I got blepharitis. Do you have any idea to treat it? Can it be cured?
02/24/2013
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  • walgru

    Blepharitis is an eye condition characterized by chronic inflammation of the eyelid, often caused by an excess growth of bacteria that is ordinarily found on the skin, blockage of the eyelid's oil glands, and occasionally allergies. Blepharitis may be easy to cause reddened, itchy, swollen and scaly-appearing at the base of the eyelashes. The basic thing to deal with blepharitis is keep your hand and face clean all the time. Avoiding rubbing your eyes with dirty fingers or a dirty towel and removing all eye makeup before bedtime. You also can apply a warm wet compress to reduce itchy and pain. Use facial soap or non-burning baby shampoo can help with clean dirty on your face thoroughly. Spread small amount of prescription antibiotic ophthalmic ointment with finger tip along lid fissure while eyes closed after clean eyes and face.
    02/26/2013
  • cnpriest

    Blepharitis means the inflamed eyelids that make your eyelid look red and scaly. It is really ruin our image. If you suffer it, you can consult a doctor and get some antibiotic tablets. But this treatment not suit for everyone. People pregnant, breast feeding or stomach problems are not recommend to get antibiotic tablets. Also, you can control the symptoms with warm compress. Hope this can help you.
    02/26/2013
  • giles

    Blepharitis, also named inflammation of the eyelids, is often caused by a malfunction of the oil glands of the lids. Usually you can treat blepharitis by good eyelid hygiene and a regular cleaning routine. You are required to scalp and wash your face frequently while soaking the eyelids by using warm compress. And a daily routine of lid margin hygiene is also very recommendable. You can treat blepharitis by reducing the use of eye makeup which can makes lid hygiene more difficult. And wearing contact lenses is not recommended in the process of treat. All in all you should treat your blepharitis according to its own characteristics and types. Just remember that to keep the lids clean and free of crusts is the most important of all.
    03/03/2013
  • Jade scott

    It depends on the causes you got the disease. Is it the tiredness of your eyes, unclear hands rubbing, food allergic or diabeties? If you had it not long before, hot-wet compression can help relieve. At the same time, you can coat the sick skin with zijin trouche compound with antiphlogosis (attention that do not get it In your eyes), you can also coat with the juice of emilia sonchifolia and dayflower or dandelion. Notice that never crush the pus with your hands, but do surgery to recover and avoid the scar.
    04/06/2013
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