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Bug Bite On Eye
Several Things: You can apply ice to the area for 5 minutes or so at a time. In addition, you may take benadryl and motrin. If you have a history of allergic reactions to this kind of thing be mindful of worsening local and systemic symptoms that may prompt need to see a physician in person for additional treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If the lesions are : Only on the eye lids - i would be doubtful that they were bedbugs. Bites are usually in areas that are exposed while sleeping-arms, shoulders, neck & legs. I can only describe bed bug bites in general (not specific to eye area). Bed bug bites may cause no sx's/signs in some except for 2 small points where skin was punctured by bedbug. When there's a reaction, it may show from an hour to several >. ...Read more
Relax: See an eye doctor just to make sure it's not infected. Otherwise an ophthalmologist can treat it topically. Warm compresses and anti-allergy meds can help. If its infected you may need antibiotics. That is assuming it truly is a bug bite. I have seen full abscesses be passed off as big bites. Better off getting it checked out. Feel better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ice: Ice, ice baby.Get a more detailed answer ›
I got a bug bite last night and this morning my eye was half shut. Theres really no redness or irritation, no pain at all do i need to see a dr.?
Nothing: Let it heal on its own. If it worsens, call your doctor. ...Read more
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