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Swollen Eyelids Burning
Swelling: Swelling of the lids can be caused by several things. You need to see an ophthalmologist to determine the cause and institute treatment. ...Read more
Swollen sclera four times in siix months after rubbing eyes that are itchy burning. Also what type of eye dr should I see?
Allergic Conjunctivi: You most likely have an allergic conjunctivitis that causes the itching. Rubbing the eye may feel good for the second, but it will make the aftermath a lot worse. The mechanical stimulation from itching activates allergic response significantly worse. Do not rub the eyes, use cool compress to feel better and see an ophthalmologist for further evaluation. ...Read more
I just woke up noticed that my skin was burning under the right eye. When I looked in the mirror it looks a bit swollen and is peeling. Wasn't earlier?
See a doctor.: Most likely, your rash is something benign like a contact dermatitis. However, your symptoms could possibly represent a herpes simplex infection outbreak. While this less likely possibility is usually of no major concern for the lips, it could damage the eye and even cause blindness. I would see a dermatologist or ophthalmologist right away. Don't panic, but please do follow-up. ...Read more
You're symptoms need further evaluation. You may have conjunctivitis with a myriad of causes (allergic, viral, bacterial, chemical, dry-eye related). The sensitivity to light may imply associated inflammation of the cornea. An examination will be useful to establish the
Correct treatment and follow up. ...Read more
My face is swollen and my lip and nose is alittle moved to the side. My eye keeps watering and burning I don't know what is wrong?
Sounds a lot: Like an allergy problem. If so severe you need to see a doctor soon. To rule out infection. Lubricating eye drops may help the eyes feel better, and may slow down the tearing. ...Read more
My eye just started burning and I immediately went and put a cold wash cloth on it with in an hour my eye was swollen and bruised bad and now it feels?
ER or Urgent care: You don't to wait, it can be a serious problem given your symptoms, good luck ...Read more
My left face feels swollen but its not, the eye feels teary but no tears although its red. Then my left shoulder has a burning pain. Wjat could it be?
Mutiple symtoms: Your symtoms seem quite complex and would strongly advise a comprehensive physicial examination. You may need additional blood testing to determine the cause of your issues. ...Read more
My eye is red, swollen, burning & when I put eye drops in a yellow watery liquid drained out. Not gooey just watery. What is it?
Started using new under eye concealer 3 days ago. Burning, itching skin under eyes and under brow line. Swollen and red. Small bumps. No allergies.
The left side of my face became itchy with a burning, tingling sensation. It is isolated on my forehead around eye and cheek. Slightly swollen no rash?
Hard to say: This may be the early stage of shingles which may itch in the early stage or an contact allergy. You need to see your doctor to be sure. ...Read more
Stabbing pain back of head right side, going to temple, into eye burning, watery eye and swollen in mornings. Mouth tastes like burning rubber.
See eye doctor: Your description is not specific for any particular disgnosis. Go see an eye doctor for further evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Left eye is extremely painful... I am swollen under eye and cheek bone area and it is red and burning. Also, my legs are painful, hurts to walk.
So basically it sounds like pink eye then? I just don't have the red crusty swalloen part! But I do have itchy burning discomfort in my eye!
Eye problems: Conjunctivitis is a bacterial or viral infection of the the lining around the eye causing redness and sometimes discharge. This can easily be confused with eye irritation from allergies especially in the spring. If you don't get any symptomatic relief from allergy meds or artificial tears then you should see if antibiotics are right for you. ...Read more
Several things: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
Blepharitis: You likely have blepharitis, a common inflammation of the eyelids. May also lead to blepharoconjunctivitis (infection). Remedies often involve hot compresses, lid hygiene with a wash cloth and diluted baby shampoo, gentle massage of the eyelids with the warm wash cloth, and occasionally antibiotic ointments or drops like azasite, and if severe, a combination of an antibiotic and steroid. ...Read more
Red swollen eye: Swelling in the corner of the eye can be due: allergy (apply cold ice packs if itchy especially); virus (is usually very itchy ; is very contagious; bacteria (need antibiotic drops); excessive sun exposure (called a pinguecula/pterygium) foreign body. Consult with us to give you the best Rx to resolve your symptoms. ...Read more
Eyelid redness with: Swelling is usually indicative of an allergic reaction. Contact allergy can be responsible and treated with topical ophthalmic anti-inflammatory ointment prescribed from your ophthalmologist. Other common causes could include seasonal allergies, blepharitis (eyelid margin infection) and variations thereof, eczema and infection. Have it looked at by your eyecare provider for definitive diagnosis. ...Read more
See Gyn: You may have an uderlying infection and irritation causing your symptoms. Get an exam and the proper treatment will hopefully follow. Good luck. ...Read more
I used facial mask just now after 5 minutes my face burning and my skin looks swollen now. What am I gonna do?
My eyelids are black/purplish and when I wake up in the morning they are swollen however during the day it goes down. What is wrong with them?
Yesterday I got a sudden sharp pain so strong I fell over. I'm having sharp stabbing and burning pains in my left side and my left side is swollen.?
Kidney stone?: There are several possiblilities, including kidney stone, kidney infection, ulcer, among others. If it does not resolve, you should see a physician. ...Read more