Stye: What Are the Symptoms?

A stye is a red, hot, very tender swollen bump near the edge of your eyelid. A chalazion, on the other hand, is a somewhat tender, smooth, round bump normally in the middle of your eyelid.

 

 

Call Your Doctor If:

  1. Swelling doesn’t go down in a few days or seems to get worse
  2. Your eyelid is so swollen you can’t see
  3. You have pain in or around the eye
  4. Your styes come back. This can be a symptom of other chronic skin problems.

Sources

Referenced on 10/8/2021

  1. https://www.webmd.com/eye-health/understanding-sty-symptoms
  2. Bradford, C. (Editor), Basic Ophthalmology, American Academy of Ophthalmology, 2004.
  3. The Mayo Clinic.

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