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Eyelid Discoloration Purple
Allergies: Most likely this is related to seasonal allergies. Try some over the counter eye drops, but if you do not feel better in a few days, go see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
What would cause an eyelid to go purple colour all over without any blow to the area -either around it?
Eye Shadow??: Usually purplish discoloration implies bloody extravasation probably secondary to trauma. You state there was no trauma. Could you have a blleding diathesis such as a hemophilia or a previously undetected von Willebrand's Disease. You should be seen by a flesh and blood doc, not a computer doc who can get a better history and physical exam from you. ...Read more
Veins: They are likely superficial veins. Nothing of concern except possibly cosmetic. ...Read more
Sometimes: Depends upon the history. Did he get struck around the eye with a fist, a ball or some blunt object so that he has bruising around the eye? Is there swelling? Was the eye struck and is the vision ok? Or did the purple appear with no outside force which could indicate a blood disorder, or tumor? Have your ophthalmologist see your son and sort this out. ...Read more
Probably bruise: Without a photo, I'll be guessing. I suspect a bruise of the upper eyelid may have occurred. Often painless and self limited, usually the result of running the eyelid. Other considerations would be a insect bite, vascular lesion, sty, nevus, dermatological condition to name a few. As I mentioned, lesions, benign or malignant, are best examined by a clinician to provide you with a definitive answer ...Read more
I've just developed small purple spots on the top and bottom of my eyelid, what does this mean?, will this go away?
Have it checked by: Your eye doctor under a slit lamp. That would be the best to see what it actually is for diagnosis. Hard to say from this as you need to provide more info and medical and ocular history. How long it's been going on? Which eye or both eyes? What exposure to anything, previous infections? These are all important considerations. Take care. Good luck now. ...Read more
My upper eyelids are swollen are purple. Worse in evening. Blepharitis? Haven't worn make-up or contacts in 3 weeks, using ocusoft lid scrubs. Next?
Veins?: Sometimes this can be a prominent vein in your thin lower lid skin or it can come from mild fat herniation thru the orbital septum of the lower lid. This commonly occurs with age but not always. This prominent fat can give " shadows" under certain lighting conditions. Best to have an ophthalmologist check this and he/she may ask for a second opinion from an oculoplastic surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My eyelids are always very purple, and spider veiny, and sometimes, people mistake that for wearing eyeshadow. What is this?
Top eyelid has been swollen for Five days each day seems a little worse. And now it's purple. No trauma?
This can be an infection called blepharitis. You can use a warm wet wash cloth on the eyelid.
See this website:
http://emedicine. Medscape. Com/article/1211763-treatment.
Full treatment includes washing your eyelids and getting an antibiotic eye ointment
See your ophthalmologist ...Read more
I have a 9 month baby, she going for a week with her bottom eyelid reddish kind of purple her top eyelid gets swollen at times. What can it be?
Allergy: Most probably allergy. She might also be having some runny nose, cough, and other symptoms of allergy. If only eyelid swelling, more when she wakes up in the morning and resolves during evening, see her pediatrician for evaluation. She might need an office urine exam to rule out any kidney issues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Swollen eyelid: It depends on the cause of the swelling and discoloration. If it is from trauma (being hit) then ice is the best remedy. If it is from an insect bite or something else then you should see your physician. It could be an infection and should be treated immediately. ...Read more
My boy friend has a reddish purple lump that is swollen and ssomewhat painful on his eyelid right near his lashes?
Might be a stye - this article may help you figure out what it is. If the redness spreads out onto the skin of the eyelid, more swelling of the eyelid or rapid worsening on pain see an MD asap.
http://www. Webmd. Com/eye-health/tc/styes-and-chalazia-topic-overview ...Read more
2 days ago woke up with unexplained dark purple bruise on eyelid, dime size. Go to Dr? Or wait to see if clears? Not sure what caused it.
Husband has small purple growth on inner lower eyelid eyedrops have not helped. Could it be cancer?
Unlikely: It is likely to be an infection in one of the glands in eye lids. It would be helpful to see an eye doctor. ...Read more
I have two purple dots on my left eye and one on my right under my eyelid near the top. What could it be?
See your eye doctor.: In most cases, eyeball spots are caused by simple, harmless events. For example, a powerful sneeze can break a tiny, superficial blood vessel and create a red spot. However, in some cases eyeball spots can indicate a serious underlying disease, including cancer or sight-threatening inflammation inside the eye. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I got this bruise a few days ago and its on my eyelid its purple now it was black can I speed this healing up?
No: Unfortunately like a bruise anywhere on the body--your own white blood cells etc... Have to come in and take the old blood away to get rid of the discoloration and there is no way to really speed this up. ...Read more
Eye swollen an purple on the top eyelid its hot an buring vision blury! What is this an what can I do to help this? It hurts in my eye like a throbbn
I woke up with my right eyelid swollen and a reddish purple. No sty, no pink eye, and I haven't been hit n it hurts. Please help!
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