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Eye Stye Treatment, How to Treat Eye Stye, Home Remedy for Eye Sty

Eye Stye is a very common type of infection and involves a painless swelling on the eyelid, also called a meibomian cyst or chalazion, caused by blockage and inflammation of one of the sebaceous glands along the edge of the eyelid. Some styes are related to rubbing the eye with the dirty hand. However, recurrent infection may be due to some constitutional causes. Eye stye commonly occurs when staphylococcal bacteria infect one of the tiny glands at the base of the eyelid hairs and then becomes inflamed.

Small chalazions or eye sty usually disappear within a month or two without medical treatment. However more severe eye stye which may be the size of a small pea, often persist. If bacterial infection sets in the eyelid becomes swollen and painful, and there may be a discharge of pus from the eyes. Eye stye can be treated with antibiotic ointment or removed surgically in a hospital.

Symptoms of Eye Stye

Here is the list of some of the common symptoms of eye stye:

  • Redness at the edge of the eyelid.
  • Frequent watering from the affected eye.
  • Sensation like some thing is there in the eye.
  • Pain over the affected area (localized pain).
  • Tenderness.
  • Discomfort when blinking.
  • Uneasiness in the eye.
  • Drainage of yellow fluid.
  • Tearing of the eye.
  • A pimple or red lump like development at the eyelid.

Home Remedies To Treat A Eye Stye

  • Boil 1 teaspoon of coriander seeds with a cupful of water like an herbal tea preparation to wash the eyes 3-4 times a day.
  • Do not squeeze a stye as it could push bacteria in the blood stream.
  • Slit an aloe leaf lengthwise and place the pulpy side on the sore eye.
  • Guava leaves, warmed and placed on a warm damp cloth, and then used as a compress, reduce the redness, pain and swelling.
  • Slit an aloe leaf lengthwise and place the pulpy side on the sore eye.

Eye stye Treatment - Effective Home Remedies

  • Hot compress should be applied to the affected eye three or four times a day.
  • Styes can be treated at home by applying a very warm, wet, clean wash cloth to the tender area
  • Keep the eyelids clean and oil free.
  • Application of prescribed antibiotic drops may also be used to help fight the infection
  • Surgical drainage of the stye may also be necessary if the stye is not responding to treatment

Preventions tips for eye sty

Some of the preventive measures against eye sty are as follows:

  • Always wash hands properly with soap before touching the eyes.
  • Don't punture sty yourself as it will spread the infection on other places of your eye also and allow the eye sty to rupture on its own. This will result in proper cure.
  • Contact users should especially take care of their eye hygiene.
  • Dont squeeze or rub the stye affected eye.
  • Wash your face atleat 2-3 times every day, including the eye.
 
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