Baylee - Eyelid lumps and swellings symptoms Leamington Spa

Can I get a professional’s opinion and details on the symptoms implied by eyelid lumps and swellings? And do they signal any malignant conditions? 

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Answer for What are the symptoms of eyelid lumps and swellings? from Renew Skin Team
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The main symptoms of eyelid lumps and swellings are: tenderness, warmth of the inflamed area, swelling on the upper or lower eyelid that is painful and red, discharge, itchiness, gritty or flaky eyelids, excessive blinking or uncontrollable closure of the eyelids, extension to other parts of eye/face, increase in the amount of tears produced by the eyes, discomfort when blinking, burns, eye crust, increase in size, loss of eyelashes over the area of a cyst, pain with eye movements, due to the pressure on the cornea there may be cases where an eye cyst causes temporary astigmatism, irregular shapes or bleeding and it can even cause you to become visually impaired. According to our specialists at Renew Skin & Health Clinic it is indicated that no matter how few of these symptoms you exhibit you should have them checked by a specialist because while some go away by themselves and are generally harmless, some might be signals for cancer.
Our clinic in Leamington Spa is always at your disposal, so you can feel free to contact us, with any of your eyelid lumps or swellings, that require a professional opinion, and you can be certain that the treatment you receive is always of the highest quality, due to our specialists and GPs who have a vast experience and knowledge in dermatology, and use only top notch technology, so you can rest assured that your problem will simply vanish. Our private eye specialists will perform a consultation prior to any treatment application during which your eyelid lump will be thoroughly examined and your medical history and current health condition will also be assessed so we can set an accurate diagnosis and rule out any potentially malignant conditions.


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