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How can you get rid of a star on your eye

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I have a bump on my eye lid most people call it a star,how can i get rid of it
asked in Other Health by anonymous

1 Answer

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Clean the stye. Styes are caused by dirt, fecal matter or other debris that infects your sebaceous gland with bacteria. If you wake up in the morning with a stye, the first thing you should do is clean it, to remove the source of the infection.

Dip a cotton ball or swab in warm water and gently cleanse the stye.

Continue cleansing the area several times a day. Be sure your hands and the cotton ball you use to wash the stye are clean, so you don't transmit more dirt to the area.

 

Use antibacterial cream. Buy an over-the-counter antibacterial cream made for treating styes. Apply a small dab on the stye, taking care not to get it inside your eye. Do not use it more times per day than indicated on the packaging of the cream.
answered by anonymous

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