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Chalazion: Frequently Asked Questions


QWhat is chalazion?

Chalazion is a soft tissue swelling, a tumor, which arises after stye. It is a swelling on the eyelid, either upper or lower eyelid.

QWhat are the causes of chalazion?

A chalazion is usually secondary to some local inflammation or local infection such as a stye. The commonest cause of chalazion are as follows, please refer the link Causes of Chalazion

QWhat are the symptoms of chalazion?

There may be one or many focal, hard, painless nodules in the upper or lower eyelid. Read more on Symptoms of Chalazion

QWhat is the difference between a chalazion and a stye?

Sometimes a chalazion is confused with a stye, which is an infected eyelash follicle. A stye is a red, sore lump near the edge of the eyelid. Initially a chalazion may resemble a stye, but it will usually grow larger. Chalazia also usually develop farther from the edge of the eyelid than styes.

QWill a chalazion come back after the treatment?

A chalazion usually responds well to treatment, but some people are prone to recurrences.

QWhat are the complications of chalazion?

A large chalazion can cause astigmatism due to pressure on the cornea. This will resolve with resolution of the chalazion.

QHow chalazion can be prevented?

Proper cleansing of the eyelid may prevent recurrences in people prone to chalazion.

QIs surgery is the good solution for chalazion?

The standard ophthalmic practice towards the treatment of chalazion is a surgical incision and removal. But it doesn't treat the tendency to form chalazion which is only achieved by homeopathic treatment.

QCan chalazion be treated without surgery?

Yes, it can be treated without surgery by homeopathy.

QWhat is homeopathy?

Homeopathy is an alternative medicine originated in Germany. Please visit this link Homeopathy Brief for more information.

QIs homeopathy effective in treating chalazion?

Yes, homeopathy is very effective in treating chalazion.

QWhat can I expect from homeopathic treatment?

Homeopathic treatment is strongly suggested for chalazion on the following grounds:

1. Homeopathy cures the chalazion without surgery.
2. It is 100% safe, non-toxic and absolutely harmless.
3. Homeopathy is based on the natural principles of healing. 

QWhat is the strength of homeopathic treatment?

Homeopathic medicines treat chalazion very effectively, reasonably fast and without side effects. It helps in saving the eyelid from surgeon's knife.

QAre there side effects of homeopathic medicines?

No, homeopathy does not have any side effects. It is 100% safe and herbal in origin.

QWhat is the success rate in treating chalazion with homeopathy?

At Life Force, we have treated and documented over 300 cases of chalazion with significant success rate.

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