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How To Get Rid Of Puffy Eyelids
Less salt at night: Make sure you take less salt the night before. Also, other good eating habits help you to keep your kidneys healthier and that helps as well. Keeping your head elevated at night helps as well. Use ice pads over your eye after you wake up in the morning will decrease the edema around eyes. ...Read more
Any tips on getting rid of puffy eyelids after a home extraction for milia was done? I have been doing ice and Benadryl since yesterday
I have a cyst under my eyelid for about 4 months now. It used to be puffy but now it's a ball on my eyelid. How do I get rid of it without surgery?
Chalazion: Since this is of a chronic nature the acceptable therapy is to incise it and remove the contents and this is curable. ...Read more
I recently had a heart monitor on with latex tape the next morning my upper eyelid was puffy and swollen what caused this how do I get rid of it?
Depends: Eyelid swelling can be indicative of numerous conditions. It could be as benign as a chalazion (stye) or as serious as orbital cellulitis. It is important to seek the care of an ophthalmologist if there is any pain with eye movement, decrease in vision, or persistent swelling that doesn't improve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: This can result from several causes. Angioedema can be hereditary and this has to b e addressed. It is common in middle to older age to have edema of the lower lids from fluid accumulation while recumbent. This will lessen as you get up and walk around each day. Some is due to weakening of the barriers between the orbital fat and the lids with age. See your ophthalmologist to sort out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several things..: The skin around the eyelid is very thin and prone to swelling and fluid retention. It could be swelling from inflammation (e.g., allergy eye, contact lens overwear), or a salty diet causing an accumulation of fluid while you are asleep. It could also be due to undereye tissue loosening or thyroid issues, so it would be a good idea to get this checked out by an eye md (ophthalmologist). ...Read more
Nasal congestion?: I note that you are on fluticasone, presumably nasal, and thus likely have allergic rhinitis. Nasal congestion is a common cause for dark circles under the eyes also known as allergic shiners. The more obstructed the nose, the worse the shiners. Make sure that you are aiming the fluticasone towards the outer part of the nose. Consult an allergist if necessary. Some circles are familial. ...Read more
Cool compresses: Depending on the cause of the swelling, cool or cold compresses can help a lot. If an infection is causing the swelling, further treatment may be needed. Blepharitis is a common cause of eyelid swelling, you can get more info: http://www.2020vision.Com/blepharitis.Html sinus and allergy problems can also be involved in this type of swelling. ...Read more
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