I have a chazalion on my right eye lower lid from past 6 months, it is painless and hard.

I have been taking staphysagria from almost 3 months, it reduces after taking the meds, but again it increases if I stop taking the meds. How can I get rid of it for once and all? (If not going for surgery)

Doctor Answers 1

Persistent eyelid chalazion

Thank you for your question.  Conservative management of your condition, which includes warm compresses, is the mainstay of treatment for a chalazion.  However, the definitive treatment for a persistent chalazion is an excision and drainage, which can be performed under local anesthesia.  

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