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Swollen discoloured left eye, could this be serious?

Swollen discoloured left eye, could this be serious?

Yes : Tough to give a proper diagnosis without a history and exam. This could represent an eyelid infection, trauma, among other things. ...Read more

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The left side of my face has been hurting since yesterday and woke up today with a swollen left eye. What could be the cause?

The left side of my face has been hurting since yesterday and woke up today with a swollen left eye. What could be the cause?

Check for stye: Stye is a common cause of eyelid swelling, and eye or face pain. Try hot pack (clean sock plus raw rice in microwave x 30 seconds) several times a day. It may come to a head in 2 days, if no better see eye doc. ...Read more

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My left eye has been hurting for about a month now(little sharp pains)every other two days it's blurry out of my eye and it's getting swollen.?

My left eye has been hurting for about a month now(little sharp pains)every other two  days it's blurry out of my eye and it's getting swollen.?

See eye doctor asap: He/she will diagnose and treat the condition. This may also help to minimize the possibility of more or further problems. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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My left eye feels sunken in and i have a swollen pocket under my eye?

My left eye feels sunken in and i have a swollen pocket under my eye?

Infection or sinus: Swelling under the eye is usually from an infection of the eyelids (tenderness and redness also), an allergy type problem of the eye or skin (usually itching also), orbital inflammation (pain especially with eye movement), or sinus disease. Sleeping with the head elevated and ice may help reduce the swelling. If it persists, you may need an exam to diagnosis the underlying problem. ...Read more

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My husbands left eye is swollen and im wondering why and what I should do?

My husbands left eye is swollen and im wondering why and what I should do?

Depends: Acute swelling, in the absence of trauma (ask him) can be caused by infection or edema related to vascular dysfunction behind the eye. Does it hurt? Is the vision affected? Is there a history of sinusitis or nasal trauma? An ophthalmologist can sort this out. ...Read more

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