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I had upper and lower eyelid lift one week ago. The healing has been amazing. I had stitches out yesterday and Dr. was very pleased.

Problem: I woke up this morning with a hard lump under my eyebrow - not on incision - like a small pea. What is this? Also the incision that went a little further than corner of my outer eye is a little puckered - it's causing vertical crowsfeet. Will this disappear? Otherwise there is no more swelling and very little bruising left.

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  You are early post-op
April 18, 2009 10:28 AM

You are very early post op and should expect the swelling to resolve over several weeks and the skin to tighten/contract was the swelling resolves. You should expect several months before (more)
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