I woke up a couple of months ago with a visible vesicle (stye like) UNDER my lower eyelid. I didn't feel any pain at all, it just was there. In the following days, I douched softly the area with lukewarm chamomile tea and after several weeks it seemed that the swelling subsided a bit. Now it's hardly noticeable (it's under the eyelid afterall) especially if you didn't know where it was in the first place but still is visible from close-up.
So what should I do? Will it eventually go away (I have it for almost 3 months now)? It's worth mentioning that I had my eyes checked recently for my driver's licence and the doctor didn't even tell me anything about it.
It's looks like this, only smaller and less red in colour but it is located near the edge of the eyelid thus making it more visible. All I care is if it will go away on its own or if it needs some treatment because I have it for 3 months already.
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