possible cause A stye (a boil-like infection at the base of an eyelash) is likely.

action A stye will usually either burst and release pus or dry up within a week without treatment. If the stye bursts, carefully wipe away the pus using moistened cotton wool. Consult your doctor if a stye fails to heal within a week, the eye itself becomes red and painful, or if styes recur frequently.

l83> Disturbed or impaired vision

This chart deals with any change in your vision, including blurring, double vision, seeing flashing lights or floating spots, and loss of part or all of your field of vision. Any such change in vision should be brought to your doctor's attention to rule out the possibility of a serious nervous system or eye disorder, some of which could damage your sight. Successful treatment of many of these disorders may depend on detecting the disease in its early stages.

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