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One of the myths that remain trusted in the environment of kids today is peep can cause eye bintitan. This quietly probing activity can be interpreted as peeping through the exposed part of a woman's body, peeking at a person in the shower, or peering at peers at the exam.
Is it true that the eye of a bintitan is due to someone's hobby of peering or observing the movements of others?
According to dr. Theresia Rina Yunita, bintitan and snooping habit baseball has nothing to do at all. The scope or in medical terms is called hordeolum, is a lump in the eye that resembles acne or ulcers that can appear on the outer or inner petals.
In the medical world, the hordeolum can be seen on the surface or also appear in the eyelid. The occurrence is caused by Staphylococcal bacteria, which often live right on the skin's surface.
Scope is caused by daily habits that are often overlooked. For example, the habit of rubbing the eyes without washing hands first. The cause of bintitan can also be due to not someone in the careful use of cosmetic products around the eyes or forget to wear glasses in the dusty air. This condition can be prevented in various ways that we sometimes ignore.
For more details, dr. Theresia Rina Yunita explains the medical causes why a person's eyes can bintitan, as quoted from KlikDokter, Tuesday (12/12/2017).
1. Not immediately clean eye makeup
Women like to use eye makeup like eyeliner, eyeshadow, and mascara. The buildup of these makeup remnants will clog the oil glands present on the eyelids. This is what then triggers the emergence of bintitan, plus focal infection due to bacteria.
2. Often rubbed eyes
Actually, rubbing the eyes does not matter in the medical world. The thing to be observed is whether the hand used is sterile or still full of germs. We recommend that before rubbing the eyes make sure your hands clean for example by washing hands or using hand sanitizer.
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