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Red Under Eye
6m old daughter had tongue tie release surgery under GA. she has developed distinct red under-eye patches, like dark eye circles. Is it normal?
Has anyone got ideas , my daughter is 10 and has a red spot under eye bag with red surrounding it, it's deep red and redness has got bigger thanks?
Hi, I am having this strange red circle under eye, it is very dry and sometimes skin on top of that gets white and peals off. please help.
The eyelid skin: can suffer from the same ailments common to other parts of the body and some unique ones as well due to influence from tear film at times. In this case it could be a hypertrophic lesion that would benefit from topical therapy versus inflammatory & would also benefit from the same. In uncommon cases skin carcinomas may begin the same way. Have your Ophthalmologist look at the lesion for diagnosis. ...Read more
Small red dots under eye, look like petechia but have not changed in a month. What could it be?no other symptoms
I woke up with red mark under eye not been hit or rubbing it just a small red mark looks like a bruse ?
Possible..: ...But more likely a sty (a small infection). The treatment is different, so you need to have a doctor look at it to confirm what it is before you decide what to do. ...Read more
Itchy red circles under eye n around could be from one of these I got Low pottasuim, low vitaminD,low sugar, low iron?
Low levels: Surely if your doctor has told you of low blood test values she/he has prescribed appropriate treatment. If that treatment is not working you need to go back to your doctor. By the way, how do you know you have low blood sugar and is any doctor looking after it? Have you seen an Endocrinologist about this? ...Read more
Red flaky skin under eyebrow dry and itchy . Very small raised red patches under eye and corner of eye . It's itchy . Kindly help. ?
Eczema : It's possible that you have eczema affecting your brows and corners of your eyelids. This condition can also affect other parts of your body, like behind your ears, elbows, behind your knees, etc. avoid your eyelids, but you may trial hydrocortisone 2.5% cream to the brows 2-3 times per day to see if you respond well enough. The eyelids require prescription grade ophthalmic ointment. ...Read more