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Every morning I wake up with one eye swollen shut?

Every morning I wake up with one eye swollen shut?

Conjunctivitis : It maybe an inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eye. I recommend having a healthcare professional. ...Read more

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Can u get MRSA in ur sinuses i'm a active carrier my left face is swollen painful been getting bad headaches lately eye swollen shut just about?

Can u get MRSA in ur sinuses i'm a active carrier my left face is swollen painful been getting bad headaches lately eye swollen shut just about?

Staph Aureus,: The MRSA bacteria, is normally found in the nose. So, yes, you can have MRSA in the sinuses, especially if you are a carrier. The swelling of you eye is very concerning. You should seek attention immediately. ...Read more

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Woke up and my eye is swollen shut it the eye it's self seems fine not pink and is clear?

Woke up and my eye is swollen shut it the eye it's self seems fine not pink and is clear?

See Dr if persists: Swelling of eye lid(s) on just one side, with no evidence of conjunctivitis, may possibly be due to an insect bite on the eyelid? Another possibility might be an allergic reaction or sensitivity to contact lens cleaner or another chemical. If there's no pain or disturbance of vision or photophobia it's less likely serious, but would suggest being a physician to evaluate your condition. ...Read more

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My eye is swollen shut with a burn underneath what can I do to treat it?

My eye is swollen shut with a burn underneath what can I do to treat it?

Could be infected: If there is severe enough swelling to close the eye shut and if it is tender / painful, there could be an infection in the skin (cellulitis) which may need treatment with oral antibiotics. Ice can help reduce swelling, but it is probably not safe to use topical creams for burns near the eye without being seen by a doctor. What was the cause of the burn? ...Read more

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My eye is swollen shut should I be worried about permanent impaired vision?

My eye is swollen shut should I be worried about permanent impaired vision?

Swollen eye: Long term complications from a swollen depends on the cause. It sounds like an infection. It could be a virus but it could also be a bacterial infection that could cause permanent injury and loss of sight. I recommend you see a physician immediately. ...Read more

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Halo my eye is swollen shut yellow stuff coming out really painfull if I bend forward it feels as if my eye is gong to fall out?

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Go to ER: If it feels that bad, it's time to go to nearest ER. Sounds like you have at least an infection, eg conjunctivitis. But if it's swollen shut, then we worry about preseptal vs orbital cellulitis. Check out http://www.merckmanuals.com/home/eye-disorders/eye-socket-disorders/infections-of-the-orbit-preseptal-cellulitis-orbital-cellulitis for more info. Read it while waiting in ER. ...Read more

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My eye was swollen shut and bruised from being punched. After a couple of days i could see out of it again, but then i put ice on it and now it's bad?

My eye was swollen shut and bruised from being punched. After a couple of days i could see out of it again, but then i put ice on it and now it's bad?

Get checked: I take eye & periocular injuries seriously and so should you. By your description, you likely had significant swelling and likely a "black" eye. You probably were unable to open your eye voluntarily. Now ice on eyelid causes you to not see well. I'm not sure of latter issue, but you should have an eye md check your eye and bones around it to ensure that treatment isn't required. ...Read more

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I had eye surgery yesterday. They removed a cyst, without anesthetics, now my eye is swollen shut. Normal?

I had eye surgery yesterday. They removed a cyst, without anesthetics, now my eye is swollen shut. Normal?

Unsure: Do not know. Need more information. Return to doctor that performed the procedure. ...Read more