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Under Eye Blister
Blisters of the skin: Under the eye could be a serious viral infection. I recommend that you be seen within 24-48 hours from when they started. ...Read more
If I have a fever blister on lip can it go to my eyes or under eye I have anxiety and this is worrying me under eye feels tingling idk if cause anxiet?
Lip blister: Depending on the causative factor can (viral or bacterial) or cannot (trauma) spread anywhere in the face. ...Read more
Examination: Blisters are always somewhat worrisome and providing possibilities doesn't help you very much. I advise an examination by an ophthalmologist to correctly diagnose and treat. Concerns would be herpetic lesions, particularly if painful. ...Read more
Viral: If it looks like a clear blister, you may have a viral infection if it is tender, or contact allergy if it itches. ...Read more
My daughter has clustered blisters around her eye. They are very painful for her. What may this be?
Occasionally both my eyes swell almost shut and I have what looks like a water blister on my eyeball what is this my eyes really only itch briefly?
Allergic reaction: This is most likely an allergic reaction to something in your environment. Pets, pollen, mold, soaps or cosmetics are the most common offenders. Avoiding contact with them helps if possible. Try a non-prescription antihistamine eye drop, an oral antistamine like benadryl, (diphenhydramine) and cool compresses on your eyes when the problem occurs. If not better see your doctor. ...Read more
If the eye: Is itchy, then treat it as allergies, with cool compresses, over the counter ketotifen eye drops and avoidance of triggers. If the blisters you refer to are on the lid, then this could be a herpetic infection and you will need help from your eye md. ...Read more
How long...: Are we talking about? Are the blisters on one side or both? Upper and lower lid? Pain that accompanies the blisters? New skincare products? Sun exposure? Are they really blisters or solid bumps like skin tags? The most worrisome thing would be Shingles and you are the correct age for that. If these are new, on one side and accompanied and preceeded by tingling or burning pain see MD right away. ...Read more
Sometimes: If you are describing a conjunctival cyst, they sometimes need to be removed surgically. ...Read more
White blisters: Clear blisters on the whites of the eye may simply be cysts. See an ophthalmologist to confirm. ...Read more
Conjunctival cysts: Blisters on the whites of your eyes, in the absence of any redness or other symptoms, are called conjunctival cysts. They typically occur spontaneously and often resolve on their own. Sometimes if they do cause some eye irritation, then they can be treated by an ophthalmologist in his office. If you have multiple cysts, then you should be evaluated. ...Read more
Clear bump on eyeball, looks like a blister. Doesn't hurt or itch but is irritating because I can feel it.?
I found this article that matches your description. I would recommend you make an appointment with an Ophthalmologist to get a diagnosis of your condition.
http://www. Webmd. Com/eye-health/pterygium-surfers-eye ...Read more
See an eye doctor: You need exam, but most likely it can be incised and drained. ...Read more
I have swelling under and over rt eye it looks like a huge water blister eventually during the day it goes down some but never completely?
Evaluation: Many things could be happening. You need to see ophthalmologist. Do not delay. ...Read more
I Have a red blister or bubble that has developed in the crease below my eye about two days ago. It is getting larger. Should I try to pop it?
NEVER "POP" a potential infected cyst.
In the drug store you can purchase an EYE CUP
Use PLAIN warm water and SOAK as often as you can until you can see your OPTHAMOLOGIST!!!
Hope this helps!
Dr Z ...Read more
Hi I had my strabis mus surgery done last week it does not seem to be aligned yet and there is swelling and blister inside of eye I am worried?
I have a red rash, it looks like permanent bright sunburn under my eyes that goes away and reappears every 2 days for 2 months, now there is a blister?
I have pigmentation around my eyes and I got a pretty bad sunburn on the weekend and now my eye is puffed up and I have what looks like blisters on my?
AllRelatedToSunburn: All your symptoms are related to sunburn.In future use a sun screen. Don't sit in the sun till it clears up. Topical anesthetics are sometimes prescribed to relieve the pain and burning and non steroidal meds like naproxen sodium or ibuprofen also sometimes help. Do not puncture the blisters as it can get infected, Cool baths or showers may help. Oral steroids shorten the course. Consult your doctor ...Read more
Reddish eye lesion: If sudden and abrupt, then a vessel may have broken and caused a "subconjunctival" (under the clear portion but above the white of the eye) hemorrhage. This is self-limiting in most cases. If it has arisen over time then it can be indicative of an inflammatory process or vascular abnormality. If there is pain or vision change then see your provider immediately. ...Read more
There is no sure proof that the herpes virus is linked to Bell's palsy. http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/15699730
However, you can certainly get eye involvement with herpes and this can be very serious. If you have serious symptoms when herpes is present: fever, eye symptoms, redness, pain, sores, blurry vision, etc. Get checked right away. ...Read more
Very unlikely: It sounds like you have read that HSV type 1, the cause of oral herpes (fever blisters, cold sores) also can infect the eye and rarely can cause paralysis of the facial nerve (Bell's palsy). Both these complications are very rare, and usually occur with the initial HSV1 infection. They are very unlikely to occur in anyone with recurrent oral herpes outbreaks. Don't worry about it. ...Read more