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Posterior Blepharitis/Chalazia/MGD

Hi, I posted a while back but can not seem to find my thread.
My daughter is 9 and she has been suffering from a constant, alternating lid (top and bottom) chalazia problem.
An opthamologist had told me that the stem of the problem is posterior blepharitis. The blepharitis seems to inflame her eye, causing light sensitivity, redness and then a chalazion. Unfortunately, the only remedy he has given is steroid drops and warm compresses which do not seem to unclog the duct and only offer a bit of relief with the inflammation.
I want to avoid this problem altogether.
She is otherwise in great health, only main concern is slight attention defecit.
The chalazions stay for months on end and once it has gone down, it cause scarring and permanent redness and then a new one pops up in a different place (usually the other eye)
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'd like to try homeopathy as a proactive measure. I am just unsure as what to purchase and how much to give.
  HollyJuniper on 2011-04-25
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please give her silicea 6x 2 tabs thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours and see how that affects.

Please follow homeo restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 15 minutes before or after taking medicine.

this is your earlier thread..
click on your name on this thread to reach earlier posts.
kadwa 9 years ago
Thank you so much! Do you mean 2 tablets, 3 times a day for 6 weeks?
HollyJuniper 9 years ago

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