Looks like I have a white canker sore on my lower inside eyelid...
It looks like I have a white sore on my lower inside eyelid...I have had canker sores in my mouth before and it looks like a mini one of those. I had lots of crusties around my eye this morning & slight irritation when I rubbed my eye. I have been putting warm compresses on intermittently all day long, could this clear up on its own? It is not bothering me much and I would have to pay the eye doctor out of pocket... Thanks for your opinions!
Please see my post from yesterday. Like you, I have a small red sore on my lower inside eyelid. My family doctor prescribed 'Fucithalmic or Fusidic Acid' (apply topically to the affected area) . It's only been 2 days, the sore is pretty well gone although I am supposed to use it for 7 days. Best of luck!
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