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Morgan's Guide To Fixing A Stye by Morgan @ Life After Bagels Posted Tue 27 Apr 2010 12:00am Disclaimer:  there are no photos of an actual stye in this post. Note:  the plural of stye is sties. Spend your whole anniversary weekend whining that your eye hurts. Ignore your very caring boyfriend when he tries to diagnose it.  Instead yell “oweeee owe owwwwwwe”. Do not wear makeup to work, scare small ... Read on »
Pneumonia, new dog, styes - are you outta your mind? by Drew's Mommy Posted Sun 10 Nov 2013 7:40pm Well, hello. Here's the scoop.  1st grade.  Good.  Straight A's on first report card.  PANDAS type symptoms diminished for one week and brought amazing things.  And then returned.  Decided to foster a dog for a very temporary time frame.  And then, caved.  Within 24 hours.  I'm a foster failure.  Keeping the dog.   Woul ... Read on »
Is A Mascara Allergy Causing My Stye? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Sep 2011 2:01am DBritt asks…I am 50 and have used Lancome mascara for about 20 years without complication. 5 yrs ago, I switched to Arbonne and had no issues until about a year ago. I started getting a pimple like thing in my lower lashes every now and then. This morphed into an occasional stye type sore near the corner of my eye in my upper lashes. Now ... Read on »
I’ve Got A Stye In My Eye And I Think I’m Going To Cry! by k Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 9:58am Ever heard that before? If not, I’m sure sometime in your life you’ve got a stye in your eye. Whether it made you cry or not is your business. I have had them before but this one seemed to bother me more than any previous stye’s have before because it’s lasted a few days and got worse. It’s not bad enough to make me cry, but my eye was a bit wa ... Read on »
Removing of a stye... by groovychik007 Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Mon 18 Oct 2010 4:35pm I woke this monring dreading this! Id been up most of the night what with my feed going all over my bloody bed again! Mum called today for tubes that have no medicene port and just a port where i connect to my feed because the feed going all over my bed has  happened too many times before!  and i cant sleep in it! So from what the nutritian centr ... Read on »
I Have A Killer Stye by kimmie1980ca Posted Tue 22 Jul 2008 12:00am Once again I didn't sleep well last night. I guess a couple reasons would be that I'm stressed about my marriage, and how I'm on the verge of divorce. Plus I'm worried when it comes to money. Rachid doesn't want to give me more then $600 for rent... don't know where he thinks I would come up with the rest. He' knows that I've been off from work. ... Read on »
Pulsatilla Nigricans: Best for both mental and physical health by Sanjib S. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 30 Sep 2010 1:34pm The use of Pulsatilla for medicinal purposes dates back to Ancient Greece when it was used to cure weepy eyes. In Roman times, it was used for eye infections, cataracts and tooth decay. Pulsatilla Nigricans was originally only found wild in the very north of Europe including Scandinavia but has since spread to all but the v ... Read on »
Eyelid considerations in older adults by Brian Wolstenholme Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sun 12 Jul 2009 12:56am From Geriatric Pharmacy Intern, Yesenia Martinez PharmD(c), Nova Southeastern University, College of Pharmacy The eyelids of older adults can present with a multitude of conditions ranging from mild inflammation that resolves on its own to potentially fatal diseases. The following paragraphs discuss very briefly and in very general terms ... Read on »
Years to diagnose Lupus? by Lupus Adventurer Posted Tue 23 Nov 2010 12:00am Diagnosis - Lupus Diagnosis – Lupus.  However, it took over 30 years before I had a partial diagnosis, and over 40 years before getting the ”rest of the story.”  Over the years, my family doctor saw a string of seemingly unrelated medical symptoms and blips eventually pointing to lupus. From the very beginning, signs of lupus in ... Read on »