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    Back in May the inner corner of my right eye became swollen and very sore, and I suspected it was a stye. I tried hot compresses but it wasn't going away so I spoke to a pharmacist, and she said it may be conjunctivitis and gave me some eye drops. They took the pain away and the swelling did go down a bit. But a couple months down the line and it's still raised and pink, and also quite red inside the lid too, although there's no pain at all. It's just annoying really.
    I'm going to speak to my GP about it as I need to go anyway but I was wondering if anyone else has had anything similar, because it's really bugging me haha. Thanks.

    GP is the way forward. Might be allergies, might be something in there who knows till you get your GP in on it
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