A chazlazion is a slow growing inflamed bump on tear gland of the eyelid simular to a Stye only not painful.


It usually starts out feeling like a bead in the eyelid and over a few days or long will grow and become bigger, red and rubbery and in most cases remain painless.


If a chalazion doesn’t go away on its own after 6 weeks you may need to have it surgically removed.



Styes are infections of the meibomian glands on the eye lids. It can usually leave a small pointy white tip like a pimple. 


Styes tend to be mildly sore when you put pressure on it. It can be managed with warm compresses or medication.

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