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    Okay so just last week I recovered from an UGLY eye infection that took about a good 6 days to heal. It started with a pain in the corner and started swelling the day after. Today I woke up with again, pain on the same eye and this time it was below on the eyelid - there's a small spot. (( I really don't want to go through the same process again esp as its my sisters wedding in about 2 weeks and the scar from the first hasn't even healed yet and also because I just started uni will be starting course officially on Monday and don't want to feel self conscious about my eye during lecture and lab time :/. What do I do?
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    (Original post by aladdin818)
    Okay so just last week I recovered from an UGLY eye infection that took about a good 6 days to heal. It started with a pain in the corner and started swelling the day after. Today I woke up with again, pain on the same eye and this time it was below on the eyelid - there's a small spot. (( I really don't want to go through the same process again esp as its my sisters wedding in about 2 weeks and the scar from the first hasn't even healed yet and also because I just started uni will be starting course officially on Monday and don't want to feel self conscious about my eye during lecture and lab time :/. What do I do?
    I understand where you are coming from. I had an operation on my eyelid because it was incredibly weak. I ended up, and I hate to confess this, use make-up to cover the scar that was caused.
 
 
 
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