Chalazion Healing

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by adam_pitt, Jan 17, 2005.

  1. adam_pitt

    adam_pitt Guest

    Hi All
    Had my Chalazion surgically drained 4 weeks ago. The Chalazion
    dosen't have any fluid inside but is merely a bump, it is still red.
    I've been advised by the doctor to stop using the antibiotic ointment
    as I've been using it for a few months now. Whats the norm for
    Chalazion's after drainage.. do they clear up, or am I going to have to
    have it done again? Thanks all..

    Adam :)
    adam_pitt, Jan 17, 2005
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  2. adam_pitt

    g.gatti Guest

    The only sure cure is sun-gazing.
    g.gatti, Jan 17, 2005
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  3. Most important part of the post-op treatment is NOT antibiotics, these are
    usually sterile inflammations by now. Should have been using hot compresses
    before, but especially after the drainage to help the residual inflammation
    of the wall of the chalazion go down (heat increases circulation trhough the
    eyelid). Do for about 1-2 weeks, 3x a day for 5-10 minutes.
    David Robins, MD, Jan 18, 2005
  4. adam_pitt

    adam_pitt Guest

    Hi All

    I've been using hot compresses, but nothing seems to be happening, the
    bump is still there, and I fear it may have enlarged slightly, its also
    developed a small white lump on the top. I fear that the drainage
    hasn't done anything. Whats next? Should I wait a while before
    contacting the doctor to see if things clear up. What happens now, do I
    have to have it drained again, or can I have the whole thing removed?
    Thanks very much.

    adam_pitt, Jan 24, 2005
  5. adam_pitt

    g.gatti Guest

    But why don't you do sungazing?

    It's the only thing that works.
    g.gatti, Jan 24, 2005
  6. adam_pitt

    adam_pitt Guest

    I'm not sure I understand? I looked up sungazing and read an article on
    it, but I don't see how this can clear up my Chalazion, can you be a
    little more helpful, what do I need to do? Thanks

    adam_pitt, Jan 25, 2005
  7. adam_pitt

    g.gatti Guest

    all diseases of the eyes disappear naturally if you furnish them with

    You start the protocol of sungazing: start with few seconds per day and
    increase every day.

    Of course you have to discard glasses otherwise you will be damaged by
    the strain.

    It is better to do it when the sun is not so high.

    In time, you can look at it even at midday with no problems but great
    benefit for eyes and vision.

    Try to visit this website
    or my own
    g.gatti, Jan 25, 2005
  8. adam_pitt

    RM Guest

    You need to avoid listening to that italian loon Rishi. He believes in all
    kinds of crazy stuff that has no proven medical benefit.

    Looking at the sun can cause solar retinitis which damages the back of your
    eye permanently.
    RM, Jan 27, 2005
  9. adam_pitt

    g.gatti Guest

    Avoid to listen to these harmful doctors.

    By their own criminal statements, nothing can be done about the eyes!

    You have your own experience: NOTHING WORKED.
    Now please try the only thing that truly works.

    TRY IT!!!
    g.gatti, Jan 27, 2005
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