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Can anxiety cause intermittent episodes if forehead swelling, abdominal swelling, eye pain, and neck pain?... I also suffer from sinus .. No fever

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It cannot. Something is physically wrong. Please consult with your family doctor. Most likely related to sinuses and allergies. Best wishes. It could also easily be more than one thing.
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Why would prednisolone 15mg/5ml (my ER dose is 12.5ml 2nd day) cause my forehead swelling to go down but then cause my eyes to get extremely swollen?

Could be

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A. Side affect of the steroids, prednisone does cause elevated intraocular pressure in some people. These people we call steroid responders and should be taken off prednisone and the pressure of the eyes generally returns to normal. You need an eye care doctor to measure your intraocular pressure.
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Son just had sebaceous cyst removed from forehead and now bleeding inside causing alot of swelling. what should i do?

Pressure

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put pressure on the area and call your doctor. you may need to go back in and have the doctor look at him
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What can be the causes of daily forehead headaches between the eyes? At times, there is swelling as well. I had a brow lift five years ago.

Chronic Headaches

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Daily headaches can be frustrating and cumbersome; they occur due to many reasons. Use of medications like ibuprofen and triptans on a frequent basis can cause headaches. Family history of headaches also predisposes a person to headaches. Other factors involved include stress, physical trauma, sleep disorders, and previous history of headaches. Swelling is probably a separate issue; consult PCP
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How to get rid of swelling on the forehead?

If recent trauma

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ICE, ADVIL
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Dr. Robert Berger answered:

How to reduce forehead swelling from impact?

Ice

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Cold at first, with alleve or equivalent twice a day. apply cold packs for 10-15 minutes.
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How can you reduce forehead swelling from an impact?

Ice/Advil

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If the trauma is causing swelling, ice and an anti-inflammatory would be appropriate. If sleepiness, confusion or other changes in mental status are noted, see an MD or go to ER ASAP.
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How to get rid of hard, boil like swelling on forehead?

Skin infections

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Hello. The skin infections need aggressive culture directed therapy. A resistant bacteria may be the cause that would require complex therapy. See a dermatologist if your forehead infections have been treated but not resolved. Good luck.
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My forehead is becoming red and full of acne. Now it is swelling..how can i get rid of it?

Benzoyl peroxide

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Benzoyl peroxide is a great start. There are several preparations. Pick the type you feel most comfortable with.
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Is facial swelling and red feverish cheeks and now forehead normal after epidural steroid injection?

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No, call the dr who gave you the injection. If you can't get him a trip to the ER is a very good idea.
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