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    Chalazion

    Treatment of Chalazion

    • Homeopathic Treatment of Chalazion
    • Acupuncture & Acupressure Treatment of Chalazion
    • Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Chalazion
    • Surgical Treatment of Chalazion
    • Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Chalazion
    • Other Treatment of Chalazion

    What is Chalazion

    Symptoms of Chalazion

    Causes of Chalazion

    Risk factors of Chalazion

    Complications of Chalazion

    Lab Investigations and Diagnosis of Chalazion

    Precautions & Prevention of Chalazion

    Treatment of Chalazion

    Homeopathic Treatment of Chalazion

    Homeopathic treatment is strongly suggested for chalazion. Homeopathy can completely cure chalazion. It is 100% safe, non-toxic and absolutely harmless.  Following are some homeopathic remedies for Chalazion.

    • Pulsatilla
    • Silicea
    • Conium
    • Thuja Oc
    • Tuberculinum

    Acupuncture & Acupressure Treatment of Chalazion

    Acupuncture treatment or TCM may help, as the liver system is connected to eye functions. Certain treatments can strengthen and correct the skewing of the Liver qi. (Qi is the flow of energy in the body. It is sometimes associated with certain organs.)

    Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Chalazion

    In Allopathic Treatment of Chalazion Topical antibiotic eye drops or ointment (for example, chloramphenicol or fusidic acid) are prescribed for the initial acute infection. If a chalazion continues to enlarge or fails to settle within a few months, then smaller lesions may be injected with a corticosteroid to help decrease the inflammation

    Surgical Treatment of Chalazion

    Cases which fail to yield curative results after a period of 6 months (less than 5% of cases) may be recommended surgery. The standard ophthalmic practice towards the treatment of Chalazion is a surgical incision and removal.

    Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Chalazion

    Some people get recurrent chalazions. Taking steps towards a healthier lifestyle and balanced diet, rich in vitamins and minerals (to improve the immune system) will help.

    Other Treatment of Chalazion

    • Place warm and wet compresses on the affected eyelid for about 15 minutes. Repeat this procedure several times in a day.
    • Before touching your eyelids wash your hands with soap, so as to avoid any kind of bacterial infection to the eyes.
    • Avoid rubbing or touching the Chalazion, as this could make the Chalazion lump bigger.

    What is Chalazion

    A chalazion is an inflammation of the glands which surround the eye. A chalazion is a small bump in the eyelid caused by a blockage of a tiny oil gland. In other words, it refers to a swelling in the eyelid caused by chronic inflammation of one of the small oil producing glands (meibomian glands) located in the upper and lower eyelids.

    Symptoms of Chalazion

    • Eyelid tenderness
    • Increased tearing
    • Painful swelling on the eyelid
    • Sensitivity to light
    • Rarely, you may feel pain and your eyelid may be red.

    Causes of Chalazion

    • Blockage in the oil gland and sebaceous glands.
    • Viral infections
    • Acne Rosacea

    Risk factors of Chalazion

    Risk factors for the development of a chalazion include:

    • Tuberculosis
    • Seborrhea
    • Chronic blepharitis, an inflammation of the eyelids and eye lashes
    • Acne rosacea
    • Viral infection
    • Over the age of 60
    • Family history of glaucoma – especially in a primary relative
    • Diabetes
    • Being near-sighted

    Complications of Chalazion

    • Eye pain
    • A large chalazion can cause astigmatism
    • Cosmetic deformity and infection, including development of hordeolum or preseptal cellulitis.
    • Visual impairment can occur with large chalazion

    Diagnosis of Chalazion

    Chalazion is often mistaken for other types of eye infections like pinkeye. Generally, examination by a doctor will result in the appropriate diagnosis of chalazia. No special testing is required. The physician merely needs to examine the eyelid to determine presence of chalazion.

    Precautions & Prevention of Chalazion

    • Do not rub your eyes.
    • Daily eyelid hygiene can help prevent ductal blockages
    • Using antidandruff shampoo on the eyebrows
    • Protect your eyes from dust and air pollution by wearing safety glasses
    • Avoid areas where dust and air pollution are heavy.
    • Replace your eye makeup, especially mascara, at least every 6 months.

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