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Hy doctr I have air bag eye injury m.Not able to see clearly and also my light control muscles r damget of eye?
See eye doctor: You need to see a qualified opthalmologist as soon as possible for a thorough exam. You may need eye drops or other treatment. I would do this soon! ...Read more
Varies: Excess skin below the eyes is a combination of factors. Gravity is a major player, heredity also has a role. Is your skin on the dry side and do you have prominent vessels underneath the eyes. Are you overweight or have you lost weight. Check out your mom as well for the hereditary component. An oculoplastic surgeon can advise you about correction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've had a stye for about 2 days. Still hurts to blink. Woke this morning to a very pronounced bag under that eye. Should I be as concerned as I am?
Infection of glands: Infection of oily glands at the root of the eyelash follicle causes this painful condition. Swelling of the eyelid can occur due to fluid retention in the area. Treatment: hot compresses, avoid massaging or squeezing the keep eyelids clean, apply antibiotic ointment to eyelids. Avoid wearing Contact lenses. If no improvement Contact your MD ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Got up this morning and discovered that full of red dots on my eye lips and eye bag, basically all around my eyes. Is this something seriously wrong?
Hard to know: Rash is notoriously difficult to diagnose in this way. A physician would need to see the rash (ideally in person, but always take pictures in case it is transient) and also know more about coexisting symptoms, your recent activities/potential exposures, medications, medical history etc. Since it sounds new, hives, contact sensitivity and bug bites would be at the top of my list. Good luck! ...Read more
What types of surgeries are available for under eye bag removal? Are there different types of blepharoplasty?
Lower blepharoplasty: There are many maneuvers and techniques available in lower lid blepharoplasty. Your anatomy and surgical goals dictate what procedure will be undertaken. Have your eyelids evaluated by a board certified surgeon with expertise in these procedures. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I have a tear trough under the eye bag of left eye I am afraid of surgery and injections. How can I treat it at home? Any remedy?
Easy semi fix: If this is from a bag under the lid a slight wipe of perperation H will help reduce the swelling and even dark color. Sliced cucumbers help as well. Sounds crazy but patients swear by this! ...Read more
I'm often feeling itchy at my eyes because of my sinus. Last night, I scratch my eyes so badly. Now it turns so red and swollen like big eye bag.?
My right eye twitches!! I am stressed but it's been ongoing. What can help?? Under eye bag area twitches
Eye twitching: Is usually a benign condition. More and better sleep sometimes helps. Watch your caffeine intake. You list dizziness and B complex vitamin use. Excessive Vit B6 can cause large fiber sensory neuropathy resulting in unsteadiness. Also use Perlane (dermal fillers) or other fillers with caution near the eyes. It can cause swelling and irritation. ...Read more
Has anyone got ideas, my daughter is 10 and has a red spot under eye bag with red surrounding it, it's deep red and redness has got bigger thanks?
Restalyne injected. Looks like bag/lump under eye. Guess takes many injections 2 remove. Plas surg doc has done 4. still there. How many wil it take?
I recently found a red dot under my eye bag. It's not a pimple or it's not a bump. It's just under my skin. How can I get rid of it? What is it?
Cherry Tumor: These small benign hemangiomas are normal and of no medical or health concern in general. ...Read more
I have a tear duct infection x2 days I have developed worsening pain redness and a edema pouch in the eye bag area that comes and goes is this normal?
ISeeSaidThe BlindMan: Is that normal? Yeah, normal for a worsening infection! If you haven't seen a doctor, do so and if you have, see someone else. Some Motrin and a warm washcloth will ease some of the pain but you need an exam, antibiotic and maybe the services of an opthalmologist who might have to drain some of that infection. Sooner the better. If scar tissue develops you might be left with a chronically tearing eye! ...Read more