Conditions with symptom: 'closure of eyelids'
I've suffered from eczema on my eyelids. My flare ups haven't been as frequent here as other places but im only 24 and noticed my left eyelid has started to droop/sag. The skin just seems looser now. I've heard recently that steroid cream can thin skin and im freaking out that I've done irreversible damage as I've been prescribed this for my eyelids before. Could I be right? It's really effecting my self esteem as it's changed my look significantly
My son is 14 years old 'he is having 4 small pilonidal pits'leaking of pus'oozing of blood is controlled after the antibiotic given we do,nt know wen this happened I mother found his pants spots during laundry he is not feeling any pains or discomfort but doctor adviced wide excision surgery to avoid future occurance. we parents totally disagree for wide exicion,hell no but it has to be treated ..so me (mother) only ready for primary closure and stiches on the side.will it be worth I realy need help how my son can be treated without wide excision and that long time healing can we decide for primary closure 'I am very hopeful after this it will never reoccure.please advice me. ALSO he is seen by a general surgeon so is it right to have a surgery by general surgeon????????????? Or the surgery should be done by a COLO RECTAL SURGEON'Please answer my concerns'Thankyou This is mother
Hi. I am 39 and my legs frequently double in size with swelling. Also do my ankles my wrists and fingers. Elbows knees and feet. Yet all tests at hospital and doctors result in no answer. I really need closure as it affects work and day to day life. Any help would be greatly appreciated
how can i remove small skin tags from around my eyelids?
I'm 17 and have only one sexual partner, he has been the only partner for the last 5months. However, when we had sex he said my vagina feels different, and bigger? I don't know why this is and i can't give him the explanation he's looking for ( me cheating on him ) because it hasn't happened! I really would like some explanation to why this is, I'm also getting a milky like discharge. Please give me some closure on this,
i have had an allergic reaction on my eyelids. They are puffy and itchy. My doctor gave me a steroid cream and eye drops over a month ago but although initially it subsided a bit it came back while i was still using the treatment.
Are you sure this is about eczema? And also I've had that happen after I've been drinking Alcohol. Alcohol is generally bad for people with eczema anyway. It removes many major nutrients and hydration from your body.
Hi there i am 17 years old and i have little spots around my eyes and on my eyelids i have had these for about two years now they started not bad but have become worse this is knocking my self confidence, i have been to the GP but nothing has worked can you please help me out thanks.
i have thread veins/spider veins mostly everywhere tbh, but the most embarassing is on my face (especially around my eyelids!) and on the top of my back. ive had these all my life i think. because these are where im mostly ashamed of &try to hide them, what can be done to get rid of them -or at least reduce them!?
my eyelids are yellow, and getting worse. is this the same condition? I am so embarrassed by it - even y children mention it every morning, and i have to put make up on before my boyfriend sees me. I am getting very anxious about he summer and make up not staying put in the water etc...
Hi, I am a 26 year old male and have recently developed what I believe to be eczema on my right eye lid. I just wondered what the best course of treatment would be as I know that the normal creams used can eventually thin the affected skin and as eyelids are already quite thin I dont want to do myself more harm than good. Thanks, Darren
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