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Austin gerard


03/20/2013

Can a stye cause an eye infection ?

I suffered from eye stye right now. And i worried about it because i am afraid it will lead to eye infection. Is it possible?
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  • walker

    03/21/2013

    Yes, it is possible for you to get eye infection because of eye stye because of the coming bacterium. Stye is commonly known as eye of a needle. The eyelid glands acute suppuration inflammation is often caused by a staph infection, depending on the affected gland tissue and divided into cyst. The stye department is within and outside the eyelash hair follicle and sebaceous gland inflammation. It is in the sty for meibomian gland acute suppuration inflammation. Once you get the infection at the eyes, you could be dry at the eyes easily. You could also feel itchy at the eyes. You will be so uncomfortable at the eyes. You could have the good rest for the eyes. In addition, you could also use the warm compress by finding the hot water and clean cloth to make the eyes feel comfortable and moisture. You should protect the eyes carefully by keeping the good diet and good rest.
  • b3autyqu33nof17

    03/21/2013

    Actually eye stye can be caused by many factors and clogged eyelid glands may be the common one. Besides, heavy make up sometimes can also lead to styes, especially when you share makeup with others. By the way, high pressure have relation with stye. Eye stye always come with red eyes, watery eye, and itchy eys. In general, eye stye won't lead to eye infection if you get proper treatment. Here are some some suggestions for you to notice: 1. Avoid squeezing a stye, because it can cause eye infection. You'd better let itself drain on its own. 2.Put a warm washcloth on your eyelid for several minutes. 3. Stopping wearing contact lense and makeup, in order to prevent eye infection. 4. If your condition has not been improved, you should see a doctor.
  • hanes3777

    03/21/2013

    Well, yes, eye stye can just cause eye infection in some degree. Generally speaking, a stye is inflammation of the eyelid, and it is usually inside one of the small glands lining the eyelid. According to some experts, most of styes are caused by bacteria. And when it occurs, it will also accompany with some other symptoms, such as eye infection. So you need to pay more attention to the bacteria. Or it will just make the situation more serious. For the treatments, you can have cold compresses with cucumber to relieve the inflammation. Also, just wear a pair of eye patch to protect your eyes.
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