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Hello this is Dr. Stan and I will assist you with your question today. I am board certified and I have 40 years of patient experience. I will be happy to help you today. I'm sorry you are having eye problems. Your picture is slightly blurred, but I can see your area of concern. It does not appear to be a chronic blepharitis, it is most likely a Hodelodian (small cyst) that needs to be evaluated and possibly biopsied. May I suggest a visit to your Ophthalmologist or go to an Urgent Care Facility to have it checked.
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The "cyst" may have ruptured leaving the reddened area which you mentioned.
It is possible that you now have a chronic blepharitis, but from the blurred picture it is hard to tell. A "stye" is similar to Hordelodian but in a different layer of the eyelid.
It is possible, that's why I suggested being re-evaluated. Dry eye syndrome usually doesn't produce yellow mucous or crusting in the morning.
You are most welcome and get better soon.
Have you scheduled an appointment with Ophthalmology?