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Swollen Eye Nsaids Allergic
Swollen right eye: Unilateral swelling is not often related to an allergic issue but it is possible. If it persists, you should see an eye doctor. ...Read more
That is possible but:
To decide on the cause requires the answers to a few other questions:
how long has it been going on?
Is the lid tender?
Are there bumps or pimples in the area?
How long have you used the mascara? . Etc
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http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0001872/. ...Read more
I put men Beijing on my hair and had an allergic reaction this is day three and now my eye is swollen along with the left side of my face. What to do?
See an eye MD: Your eye affected could get worse without proper treatment ...Read more
Angioneurotic edema: Swelling of the eyes and mouth is usually caused by an allergy to something taken internally. You should consult her doctor to try to figure out what she is allergic to. It is often difficult to know for sure what causes it. If she has noisy breathing or struggles when taking a breath, she should be taken to the ER. ...Read more
Is it normal for someone that isn't allergic to wasp to swell really bad? I got stung on the top of my eyelid & now my cheek and eye is swollen. Help
Got bit by deer fly on head 5 days ago, now I have a head ache my eye is swollen and tender; allergic reaction?
I got bit by gnats in my neck and right below my eye now my eye is swollen and hurts and my neck muscles are very sore am I allergic?
No: This sounds more like a toxic reaction or an infection. Are you sure that these bites were from gnats and not from another insect such as spiders. Best to get checked since it involves your eyes. ...Read more
My mother in law is allergic to shrimps, and got swollen eyes coz of it. This time, while her left eye is swollen the whole eye turned bloody red, why?
Severe allergic reaction to poison sumac on eyelid. Eye is swollen shut. Started oral steroids 12 hours ago with no apparent difference. Any advice?
Contact dermatitis: You're on the right track with oral steroids, you can take antihistamines for itch. If you have any vision changes or painful movements of the eye I would recommend seen a physician as soon as possible. If the rash is limited to your periorbital region monitor closely. I would avoid topical steroid creams around eye if possible now that you're on oral steroids. Good luck ...Read more
My left eye is swollen and itchy. I tried puting ice and cortizone (hydrocortisone). It seem like allergic reaction. What medication can I take. And what can it be.
Dermatologist: It's impossible to advise someone over the internet as the possibilities are endless. Ask your PCP or a dermatologist. ...Read more
Do you mean RED &...: Swollen eye? Sounds infected if it is unilateral. If on both sides maybe allergy. Especially if it is painful, affecting vision, recent trauma or exposure to another individual with infection, this needs to be taken care of right away. If you have fever, or pain in the eye don't mess around. Get seen as soon as possible, certainly this would be a reason to go to ER. If no fever, get seen w/in 24hr ...Read more
Absolutely: Eye swelling is not a normal condition. It may be a sign of infection, which can be permanently blinding or even life-threatening. Delay of treatment can lead to devastating results. Listen to your wife and get yourself to an eye doctor today. ...Read more
No it will not but: This is not a normal reaction to getting shots, bur very rarely some infants can get an acute allergic reaction which may start with swelling of the eyes and may lead to anaphylaxis. It is written as a side effect but in 48 years of giving shots to babies, children of all ages and adults I have never encoutered that and I do not worry about it when I give vaccine shots to my patients. ...Read more
See a doctor: A doctor can determine the cause of the swelling and start you on the appropriate treatment that will get the swelling down the quickest. Over-the-counter treatments seldom work any faster than your body's natural healing response, so don't waste your money on them. See a doctor. ...Read more
Treat shingles: The swollen eyelids are a result of the shingles, which should be treated with oral antiviral medications. If the eyelids are involved, you should be evaluated by an eye md for possible eyeball involvement as well. ...Read more
If prescribed: If your doctor has evaluated and decided on that rx, then fine. If you have it left over from another infection, see your doctor. ...Read more
Allergies: Allergies cause swollen eyelids. Cold compress can relieve the swelling. Over-the-counter allergy medicine, such as loratidine (claritin) ; eyedrops help relieve it. Zaditor (ketotifen) is a good eye drop for itching. If it persists or gets worse go to your doctor. It could also be other problems. ...Read more
Swollen eye: If this is one eye unlikely it is an allergy. More likely an infection. You should probably be seen. ...Read more
One day to several w: It depends on the reason for the swelling. Allergy, trauma, bug bite, internal eye infection, lid infection. Need to be more specific. ...Read more