Upper Eyelid Surgery - Detroit, MI

It's been two weeks and I have a slight droop...

It's been two weeks and I have a slight droop in one eye which makes one eye slightly bigger then the other along with pain in my eyeball.. ..wondering if this is normal healing process?

I used a polysporin ointment they gave me on my incisions. Very lightly applied on my scars. I still use occasionally as it keeps any milia (little bumps) from forming. I seem to get a couple in the same spots (very tiny only I can see). The line will go from red to brown and then to white (as in my case anyway). Stay away from eyeliner and eyeshadow for about a month so it doesn't get get pigment in the scar. At about 2 or 3 months the scars are practically invisible. I only have one tiny area on each eye (at 8 months) that is slightly off color. No one notices this but me.
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My understanding is that polysporin ointments are vaseline based as well as any antibiotic topical ointments. Check the ingredients on the packaging.
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I do not know what the dark line is, it could be
part of the scar. Use vaseline daily, especially
at night to keep the line soft and call the doctors
office with that question rather than worry about it.
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