Small lump under upper eyelid

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my 3 years old kid is having a very tiny lump on the upper eyelid. unless you see it very nearly we cant find it. i dont know whether it is a stye or chalazion. it started suddenly after she got up form sleep. we thought that it may be an insect sting. the lump is there since 4 months. it is neither increasing nor decreasing. when i showed her to ophthal MD doc he said that she needs surgery. the lump is very small. without surgery are there no ointments or antibiotics for treatment?
They weren't painful or red (although they can be), just small, hard, round lumps in my upper eyelid. In the early stages, a chalazion can be treated at home with the use of warm compresses for about 15 minutes followed by several minutes of light lid massage. If this doesn't reduce the size of the chalazion, a trip to th doctor may be necessary for draining, a fairly simple procedure.
It went untreated then I got a bump on my upper eyelid and then a larger bump along my lower eye lid if I pull it down their is a head on it.. I figured those two are styes started using erythomiacin jell in the eye not helping, and just yesterday started hot pack to the eye for 5 minutes a few times a day..
Hello. I have a small lump on the inside of my bottom eyelid on inside corner. I first noticed it in July. It is not noticible on me. I can feel it if I press on it with a finger and some times when I am very tired. When I peel the eyelid back, the lump can be seen and it is white. It really has not seemed to change in its size. Please let me know if this is something that may be life threatening. Thank you for your time.
though if you didn't know me you would probably not notice, except that I have recently been experiencing mild yet very noticeable upper eyelid edema, which may be completely unrelated. My TSH is normal: 1.17).
i too have had a small pea sized lump on my ear at the back, just near to the crease. (if you put your finger just behind the lobe and rest it in the soft part, it is just above there) it is tender to touch and has been there for nearly 3 months. i dont think it has changed in size and it isnt a different colour so you wouldnt see it there until you feel it. i have not had the chance to go and see the doctor mainly because im not that worried about it but im curious to know what it could be.
the weird thing was that she did the same thing to a proper pimple and the same whitish brownish lump came out, oh btw what the lump seemed to be was the hard thing under the pimple.An way that was my input into this annoying epidemic. i also noticed that there was a brown line across my thumb nail as well as the pimpley things on my chest and under my armpits for about a month now. What i really want to ask is I'm fourteen years old should i do something about it?
The pain began 2 years ago at which time I had an ultrasound and an upper GI done. Both of which returned little if no information as the upper GI showed mild gastritis and a small amount of fat in the pancreas which the doctor was not concerned about. I took some Prevacid for a while and it went away but has recently returned over the past 4 months.
I get dry, red, and itchy under my left eye with some swelling on the eyelid. A couple of days ago I woke up with a "welt" looking thing under my eye which was a new treat. I managed to figure out one thing that I know was causing the problem when it first started which was found in the indoor tanning cream I was using and is called "dihydroxyacetone".
So interesting! I've had the same pain for a year. Upper left, just under ribs, around side, back, etc. Used to have trouble sleeping on my left side but that has imrpoved. I think stress plays a big part in this malady. Had a *very* intense case of chicken pox about 4 years ago (at age 42) and wonder if shingles could be a possibliity. I still have strange nerve sensations on my eyelid and nose in the same spots where I had the chicken pox.
I found a small lump on my upper eye lid about 6 months ago. It is under my skin and is only visible if I point it out to someone or get them to feel it. In that same eye my lower eye lid has a red line on the inside of the eye lid and a small raising of the skin where the inner eyelid meets the outer one. A couple of days ago I felt on my other eye lid another small lump this time on my lower eye lid( different eye).
So basically, there's this small bump on my eyeBALL(at least I'm pretty sure it's on my eyeball, not eyelid), and does anyone know what's happening? I think I might be overreacting, but I feel like I'm in denial that anything could be wrong, so unless it's still there a week from now, or I start feeling pain or something, I won't say anything to my parents. Please help me!! Thank you for any help!!
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Hello, I just recently had my chalazion surgery done on April 6, 2009 on my left eye for both the upper and lower lid. The upper lid no longer has a lump but it looks drasticaly different form the other eye and it is also discoloured (dark/blackish) Am I doomed to look this way for life? Also, the bottom lid's lump is still there and it has only decreases from it's original size but about 25%. It is actually right in my tear duct area.
As I type my right eye (the lazy crap one) is intensely irritating me. It constantly feels as though there is an object/lump under one or both eyelids. This started 4 days ago after a long hard day at college (IT student). Although I use computers everyday of the week for at least 4-6 hours (on average) and my eyes get pretty run down I never experienced problems that last as long as this.
(he said it was possibly cancer) Two weeks after sex with him, I began having night sweats. Then I got a white lump under my eyelid. My vision became blurry. I had itching, swelling armpits. My back and upper arms began tingling. A week later, I got sick with what seemed like a cold, but with very sore throat, runny nose, and swollen lymphnodes. (no cough,no fever) I still have blurred vision and tingling.
I also noticed a small lump at the back of my head close to my ear a few days ago. It feels kind of bony. On my lip is also one very very small growth which has been there since I was a kid. I guess I'm beginning to take note of these things now based on my symptoms. Also in the last one year, I don't eat breakfast but drink up a bottle of water between 8am and 12noon when I go for lunch and then I eat dinner kind of late around 9pm-10:30pm while bedtime is from 10:30pm.
My symptoms started with swallowing issues (liquid in windpipe, small particles of food stuck in throat, occasional tired feeling of throat muscles below adam's apple) and very cold hands and feet. Within months I developed other symptoms: muscle twitching of thumb/index finger, lower leg, and eyelid; foot muscle spasms; and action tremors that worsen as the day progresses. Most of the time, these symptoms occur on the left side of my body - sometimes on the right.
fingers with some still unknown, sometimes visible sometime not lump under skin around his chest. We've been seing doctors regularly mainly for Dermatologist. After 3 and half years, he start complaining for irregular pain around his wrist as lump as big as a peanut started appear. The dermatologist refer us to surgery department and for the first time we do MRI. From the MRI, the radiologist suspected it was an AVM.
Red burning skin around my eyes. At times, eyelid and upper eye area swelling. Sometimes just very dark red skin around my eyes. I have gone to 2 internal med specialists, 2 opthamolagists and 1 dermatolagist. Been treated for blepharitis, seborrheic dermatitis, and allergies. Whenever I start another treatment I have a short period of relief. It always comes back...longest time without symptoms 10 days. Like eveyone else, I have thrown all makeup, lotions, and soaps away.
I've regained some feeling in places that there wasn't before but an area under my eye right side of my nose to upper lip are still efected. I can feel very little feelin. He said some nerve in my cheek was broken or something and that it takes time to recover.He said every week a little bit heals which is why it takes so much time. The most important thing is that he said i should get full feelin in a month or two. I'm scheduled to follow up with him in about 8 weeks!
The bit in the corner of the left eye got better or in fact it all moved to the crease of my upper eyelid between the eyelid and the eyebrow, on both eyelids and there it stayed for the next few weeks. All the time I was applying the aloe vera gelly and some aloe vera gelly and propolis creme. It stung a lot when I applied it but I thought that must mean it's doing some good.
For only 6 more months and considering the pain of the treatment, we opted not to do it. One year later, September 2009, a small lump appeared on his shoulder, just below the shoulder blade. Right now it is the size of a tennis ball. He has began to show signs of pain and is close to us making "the decision". I have read so much online about pain and the one thing I want to say I have learned from it is that cats hide pain as a survival technique.
I have an intense pain that wraps around from just under my right shoulderblade, under my arm and ends under my right breast. I do have a small row of pink bumps developing on my side that may turn out to be the rash, but since I've never had it or seen shingles I'm not totally sure. I've had the pain,itching and a slight headache for a few days now. Can some experienced person shed some light, does the rash begin with five or six pink bumps in a row?
I think I am in your boat too. My symptoms include a) Swelling of the upper lip b) Small blisters which gradually grows into larger areas swollen patches in my forearms especially found at night, which grows bigger as night goes on. And in the morning nothing is seen. I am a man who have been to all conditions you name it. I live in Maldives, I went fishing once in my life . As a constructor and also worked on all weathers. Never had none.
I have a pain at the top of my leg right under my buttock, but last night I had the same pain under my eyelid! Its like a nerve thing, I thing I get it sitting on something cold or having a cold wind blowing. I have had herpes before, but with this pain I don't get any rash or blisters, just such sore skin. I also can't sit on the toilet especially if its cold. It sounds like if you are run down or stressed the pain comes. Not sure what to do about it though.
So we are all walking in an area that is under development and investigation. I believe you, my husband, and others in your situation are going to help define and refine the future treatment. We do walk 1 1/2 miles a day, but probably much slower than you want to. He has a couple of unrelated complications which are impacting his activities. A sinus growth which resulted in ongoing infection. (just had sinus surgery) and a hernia which will need to be addressed.
I have had Hashimoto's for about 10 years. Initially, in my early 20's a doc discovered a lump on my thyroid and general swelling which they biopsyed but could not get a good sample of. A partial thyroidectomy was done to rule out cancer and the lump turned out to be benign. (follicular adonema). I was told that the remaining piece of thyroid would continue to function well and to periodically check my levels. At that time, I did not know that I had Hashimoto's. No one told me.
I'm a student in New Technology High School so I work a lot with computers, also I have recently been diagnosed as having GERD or an ulcer (in the upper stomach/lower esophagous area) but the pains came first, I'm average weight and height and I don't exercise regularly but make a point to exercise at least twice a week.
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