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Thank you for asking your question. Is it possible to forward a photograph? If you would like me to attempt an answer without a photograph, please let me know.
HELLO, I will try and take a selfie please bear with me.
Sorry all I get is blur. If I can describe the pot maybe it will help. It is just below the lashes it is similar in shape to a mole but is white, a sort of luminous white!! It appeared out of the blue, no sign then one day it was there, it has grown lightly. It is painless unless I touch it with,my nail!
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Do not pick this open yourself since it may cause an infection which is an especially bad thing around the eye. Also, it might come back anyway. So you are correct it can be highly dangerous. I look forward to seeing the picture.
Thank you for the advice. I can ask someone to take a photo but there may be a delay in my sending it over to you. I am not sure how I go about this. Any help re the sending of photo would be gratefully received.
It is pretty easy using this method. You can also try by clicking on the paper clip icon and uploading.
Take your time. A good photograph is very helpful.
I have (hopefully sent two photos via E Mail. Hope you can see them O.K. Bit of a learning experience here if nothing else!
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It does take awhile before we get them. You will be informed when they hit my e mail box.
The pictures arrived. This is an epidermal inclusion cyst. This is sometimes called a "sebaceous cyst". This develops from a plugged up pore. This is actually quite easy to remove. The area under the eye is actually an easy area to work with but I would recommend you consult a dermatologist or plastic surgeon for this. The white substance that you can see is keratin. Occasionally this can go away on its own by using warm compresses. Compress twice a day for ten minutes. Usually this does not work, but there is no harm in trying.
Please let me know if you have further questions.
Thank you so much for both your patience and your advice. Which I will take. Best wishes, Roberta Foote
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