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Eye vesicle
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.

Thanks in advance!
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233488 tn?1310696703
the most common thing that would cause that woulc be a 'chalazion"  use the search feature and look that up then Google it then do a Google IMAGES.

If it says small or goes away probably not worth the cost of a exam. If gets bigger or changes in appearance have an Eye MD check it out.

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http://uuhsc.utah.edu/MoranEyeCenter/opatharch/images/lid/21811.jpg

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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So anyway, how long does it take to go away approximately under normal circumstances?
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I am a community leader here, not a doctor. I am also an experienced eye patient. Welcome to our community.

If you are concerned still, have an eye md check you. Find an ***@****. I know you said you were recently examined, but you did not say if you saw an MD.

Anna

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233488 tn?1310696703
Anything that hangs around for three months needs to be looked at by an Eye MD to be sure its not a skin cancer.

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