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Warm relief A sty is a bacterial infection or inflammation of the eyelid resulting from a blocked oil gland. These generally appear as red, painful bumps at the edge of the eyel…   Read More

 
home remedies for stye

Tea Bag A sty is a bacterial infection or inflammation of the eyelid resulting from a blocked oil gland. These generally appear as red, painful bumps at the edge of the eyelid, …   Read More

 
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Latest User Submitted Home Remedies for Styes

  • Gold ring cures stye
    When I was younger I got a stye on my eye. My grandmother told me to take a gold ring ( not gold plated but real gold ) and rub it on the stye and it would be gone the next da... Read Full Post
  • whole egg for stye
    am prone to styes. Usually I can cure them by applying peroxide with a Q-tip, but this time it was so bad, nothing would pop it. I asked an old mexican man what cure I could... Read Full Post
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How worried should I be about a stye?

A stye is a bacterial infection that causes a gland on your eyelid to swell. This can be very disconcerting. The pain is not severe but is impossible to ignore. There's also something very disturbing about having any kind of bump or pain on your eye-the eye is very sensitive and delicate and you don't want to touch it. Most styes will disappear on their own. However, they can turn into whiteheads and you don't want to "pop" them and expose the rest of your eye to bacterial infection. It should also be noted that if you think you have a stye and it develops into a hard bump you should definitely see a doctor because you probably have not a stye but a blocked gland, a condition known as "chalazion". If you are worried about a bump on your eye, don't hesitate to see a doctor. If you are just looking for some relief, you will probably find some solutions here at GrannyMed.

 

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