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Do You Have A Stye?

Learn what to do until your walk-in appointment at TSO Texas City in Texas City, Texas

If you have ever had eyelid swelling associated with excessive tearing, eye pain, or even a red bump or lump that resembles a pimple or boil on your eyelid then you probably had a stye.

Styes are normally caused by a staphylococcus infection of the oil glands in the eyelids. If a stye does not appear to be improving within 48 hours, you should consult the optometrist at in .

Our helpful staff at TSO Texas City in Texas City, Texas will get you set you setup with an appointment, so we can treat your ailment. There are a few do’s and don’ts when you have a stye.

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DO’Sdo

  • Use mild soap and water to clean the affected eyelid.
  • Place a warm washcloth over the affected eye. Make sure to wring out the washcloth and apply to a closed eye. Once the washcloth starts to lose heat, re-wet and repeat the process for up to 5 to 10 minutes and then gently massage the area. This should be repeated two to three times daily.
  • If the condition of the stye has not improved in 48 hours, seek the help of your Texas City eye doctor.

DON’TSdont

  • You should never wear contact lenses with a stye because they can be contaminated with the bacteria, so if you do wear contacts refrain from wearing them until the stye is healed.
  • Until the stye heals, don't wear any makeup
  • Don't try to squeeze the pus from or pop the stye. This can worsen the infection and cause the condition to spread.
  • Never share towels. Most styes are contagious and can be passed on to other people, so you should never share anything that's been contaminated.

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2702 Palmer Hwy
Texas City, TX 77590

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Dear Patients and Community,

We are please to announce TSO Texas City has reopened for normal business hours and eye care.

To protect the health and safety of our patients and staff, we are implementing the following health measures in the office:

We are all in this together and appreciate your understanding as we do our part during this challenging time. We look forward to serving your eye care and optical needs soon.

Dr. Juarez and Dr. Garcia

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