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Out of the blue, blood appeared underneath my old cellulitis scar that is seven years old. W hat oculd be the cause of this? And also i have a sore throat and I think one of my tear ducts are infected because the inner corner of my eye is swollen and red it also hurts. I’m not sure if these symptoms are related or not but just to be on the safe side I put them in here anyway.

It is difficult to determine the cause of your blood underneath your old cellulitis scar without a complete history and proper physical exam. Therefore a visit to your primary care doctor is warranted.

Regarding your clogged nasolacrimal duct, an ophthalmologist is the specialist who can best diagnose your condition and properly tailor a treatment . . . → Read More: Out of the blue, blood appeared underneath my old cellulitis scar that is seven years old. W hat oculd be the cause of this? And also i have a sore throat and I think one of my tear ducts are infected because the inner corner of my eye is swollen and red it also hurts. I’m not sure if these symptoms are related or not but just to be on the safe side I put them in here anyway.

I have this itchiness and redness around my eyelids for the last week. Sometimes when I wake up I have flakey skin around my eye lashes. What is it? What do I do?

It appears that you are suffering from blepharitis which is an inflammatory reaction of follicles of the eyelid. Blepharitis can be bacterial, allergic, or secondary to the dirt/deposits around the eye. Common symptoms include redness of the eyelid or eye itself, flaking skin, crusting of lid margins, or sandy sensation in the eye. If untreated, . . . → Read More: I have this itchiness and redness around my eyelids for the last week. Sometimes when I wake up I have flakey skin around my eye lashes. What is it? What do I do?

I got hit in the cheek and I can not open my mouth all the way or smile without discomfort but it isn’t bruised. Do cheeks bruise?

Cheeks, just like any muscle, can bruise when injured by trauma. Not all facial trauma requires acute medical care. Most can be treated with icing the affected area and analgesia with NSAIDs such as ibuprofen or acetamenophen.

However, there are certain symptoms that require immediate medical attention: 1) Any facial asymmetry, inability to close the . . . → Read More: I got hit in the cheek and I can not open my mouth all the way or smile without discomfort but it isn’t bruised. Do cheeks bruise?

Do eye exercises like the “See Clearly Method” actually help improve your vision?

In theory, yes. Eye exercises like the “See Clearly Method” are aimed at strengthening the small muscles that constrict and dilate your pupils as well as the muscles that control the shape of the lens (for accomodation). These muscles (especially the ones that control the shape of the lens) become lax over time which results . . . → Read More: Do eye exercises like the “See Clearly Method” actually help improve your vision?

I have a pain in my left eye that’s been on and off for a few weeks. It feels as if there is a bump stuck under my eyelid. I can’t see anything on my eyelid, my eye isn’t swollen or red, it just hurts sometimes. What do I have and what can I do?

It sounds as if you either have a Stye or a Chalazion on your left eyelid. Styes and chalazions are both caused by the clogging and inflammation of the sebaceous glands that line the inside surface of the eyelid. Styes resemble a pimple and are painful, usually self limited to 1-2 weeks, resolve spontaneously, and . . . → Read More: I have a pain in my left eye that’s been on and off for a few weeks. It feels as if there is a bump stuck under my eyelid. I can’t see anything on my eyelid, my eye isn’t swollen or red, it just hurts sometimes. What do I have and what can I do?