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Chalazion

Hello,
My 5 year daughter has Chalazion on her left lower eyelid. It's been there for over an year. It doen't seem to have pus in it and does't bother her.
Is there any medicine I can give her to get rid of the Chalazion .

thanks
Monika
 
  monika-jethi on 2006-06-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
For her:
Silicea 3X three doses a day for two weeks.

Then Pulsatilla 30 one dose a day for a week, will resolve the problem.
 
girilal last decade
Hello girilal,
I'm unable to get Silicea 3X in the stores but Silicea 6X is available. Can I give that to my daughter.

please advice.
thanks
Monika
 
monika-jethi last decade
Yes 6X would be fine. Why you waited?
 
girilal last decade
I was searching for 3X but all the stores have 6X available . Is there no difference between 3x and 6x ?? and do I need to give her same dose ?
Silicea 6X three doses a day for two weeks.
and Then Pulsatilla 30 one dose a day for a week ??

thanks a lot
 
monika-jethi last decade
Hello,
I tried both the medicines , but her sty is still there ..

These are the medicines I gave her ..
'Silicea 3X three doses a day for two weeks.
Then Pulsatilla 30 one dose a day for a week, will resolve the problem.'

Is there anything else I can give her ??

Please advice
thanks
 
monika-jethi last decade
Can someone please advice my previous post regarding sty ...

thanks
Monika
 
monika-jethi last decade
Hi,
I found a wonderful way to get rid of stye/chazalion..and it works awesome...

1. Wash with antibacteril soap..I have been using Dial.

2. Plain old Epson salts add to boiling water and apply hot compresses. I am doing it twice a day and you can even reheat the mixture for use later..has a drawing effect used for boils and carbuncles, buy at any drug store very cheap get the big one like $2.75..

3. Every other day at night before bed put a dab of neosporin antibaterial ointment (Note, do not get in eye) just a very small dab rub it in so like disappears completely.

Mine slowly got less red first couple of days, did not notice result until like 4th day it was going down, but after that keep it up and in approximately a little over a week mine is just about completely gone. I just started this myself over a week ago and I am amazed it has actually worked..I did a lot of searching on the internet and read almost everything on styes/chalazions..some other stuff I did not try (people use on boils which is like the same thing as chalazoin it is clogged oil glands)...I just started using the above myself and the results are incredible could not wait to tell some people to help them...I put it together myself with info I found about chalazoin which is basically an infection/clogged oil gland, so the antibacterial helps kill the bacteria and the eposon salts helps draw it out...

Other stuff I found which may be also be of interest that I did not try because the above has worked so incredibly well are listed below...

1. Castor oil applied to cotton ball and tape on- over night, people wrote that this broke boil in two days, also I read it helps meibomian gland orifice obstuction and they put this in Refresh Endura eyedrops for dry eyes, so it is safe for eye area.

2. Pure tea tree oil drop a day (small amount) applied after shower.

3. Turmeric capsule (all natural) not sure what this is but highly recommended on web site where I found the other info on boils, 450 mg day.

4. You can mix Epson salts with baking soda to make a paste.

5. Potatoe slice applied to eye or use in wash cloth 30 minutes helps draw out infection..

6. Burdock Root Tea bag appied.. heat it up and then put the warm tea bag on the area..I have used tea bags a couple of times during the above regimen I have been using since I drink hot tea, but I have just used regular lipton tea...it felt very good on my eye, but I believe the epson salts and above are what has attributed most mine chalazoin which I have had for 3 months like totally disappear......

So check out some of the others maybe you have at castor oil at home, but I highly, highly recommend the Epson salts, antibacterial soap and neosporin antibactial ointment (start with one thing first and then try the others if it does not work for you otherwise you will not know what really worked if you use too many at once)..I truly hope you give it a try you will be so happy, as I am right now sharing the info I found...Best Regards...
 
Redhotrx7 last decade
Hi Everyone!!! If You Have A Chalazion You Must Not Try To Pop It!!! Do Not Go See The Doctor Unless The Described Method Does Not Work!!! Buy Some Ginger In Its Raw Form At Your Local Grocery Store, You Will Find It In The Fruits & Vegetables Section, For about 5-10 Cents You Can Buy Enough!!! Take It Home Go In Front Of A Mirror, Slice The Ginger With A Knife And You Will Notice What Looks Like Water Left On The Blade, Sweep Your Finger Across The Side Of The Knife To Pick Up The 'Water' And Gently Apply It To The Lump On The OUTSIDE Of Your Eyelid, Make Sure You DO NOT Get Any Of The Liquid From The Ginger In Your Eye! I Had One Of these Things And I Heard Ginger Worked So I Tried This Method And In ONE Week, After ONE Application, It Was Completely Gone!! It May Take More Than One Application (If Its Really Bad, You Tried To Pop It, etc.) Please Be Careful, Remember Not To Irritate or Play With It Aside From The Treatment, It Needs To Be Left Alone! Good Luck!
 
Teddy123 8 years ago

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