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What Is A Stye / Chalazion?     
What Is A Stye / Chalazion? To help reduce the painful discomfort of the acute phase of a stye patients often find relief using acetaminophen (Tylenol) or ibuprofen (Motrin). You wake up one morning and notice that your eye is red partially swollen shut and very tender to the touch. Shortly thereafter your eye doctor tells you that you have an external hordeolum – the medical term for a stye. First of all relax. A stye is one of the most common eye infections. It doesn t take much ... Read More
 
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