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Updated: 2017-06-13


A chalazion is most common in adults ages 30 to 50 who also have rosacea or blepharitis.


A chalazion may feel like a small, painless bead in the eyelid at first. Over a few days, it may get bigger, red, and rubbery, but remain painless.


Some chalazions may not need treatment. Hot compresses may help larger ones. A lasting chalazion may need to be removed by a doctor.