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What could happen to my swollen eye? I was hit with a ball.

What could happen to my swollen eye? I was hit with a ball.

Injury to eye: It is important, in any type of eye injury, to seek an ophthalmologist to examine your eye, or eyes, to check for traumatic injuries. There are many things that can happen as a result of an injury and can be minor type, such as a lid bruise or swelling; damage to the front of the eye like inflammation or cataract; or injury to the back of the eye that could lead to a torn retina or a detachment. ...Read more

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Swollen Eyes (Definition)

Swollen eyes are a common symptom of allergies, infections, inflammation, or irritation ...Read more


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My eye is swollen now because it was hit by the brim of a hat, what can I do to reduce the swelling?

My eye is swollen now because it was hit by the brim of a hat, what can I do to reduce the swelling?

Warm compresses: The compresses will help the swelling but you should have an eye examination to be sure there is no intraocular damage. ...Read more

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Hit myself in levator labii superioris area under eye 3 days ago. No pain but I wake up eye is swollen, goes down during day. Cause and treatment?

Hit myself in levator labii superioris area under eye 3 days ago. No pain but  I wake up eye is swollen, goes down during day. Cause and treatment?

A Bruise: is a bruise...is a bruise...and swelling may persist when the area is "at rest"...Warm Moist Heat may helps by increasing the circulation and mobilizing the fluid (swelling) as does waking up and "smiling"!!!!!!!!! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more

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Headache in leftside, last month it's vry painful and my eye ball also pains a lot and left side nerve had swollen . Eye doc.Says its not coz of eye. ?

Headache in leftside, last month it's vry painful and my eye ball also pains a lot and left side nerve had swollen . Eye doc.Says its not coz of eye. ?

Trigeminal inflammat: This sounds like cranial nerve v inflammation. This can be limited or from deep sinus inflammation/infection in sinuses or central nervous system problems. This should be evaluated by ENT and possibly neurologist or neurosurgeon. ...Read more

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I hit my head hard at work and have a large knot and am still dizzy and sleepy feeling 24 hours later. Also revived a black swollen eye from it.?

I hit my head hard at work and have a large knot and am still dizzy and sleepy feeling 24 hours later. Also revived a black swollen eye from it.?

Hello ER!: Those type of symptoms should not be ignored! head injuries are a very serious problem at times- just ask hillary clinton! all joking aside, i would highly recommend having your head checked in the local er right away! ...Read more

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I woke up this morning and now my eye is swollen what could it be?

I woke up this morning and now my eye is swollen what could it be?

Many things!: There are too many possibilities to list here, including viral or bacterial infection, allergy, or autoimmune problems. Signs of a really serious problem include: the vision in that eye is now worse, or you see double when both eyes are open. If you wear contact lenses, take them out. If the swelling improves today, then monitor it yourself. If no improvement, see an ophthalmologist this week. ...Read more

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What could be the reason that my eye is swollen every morning when I wake up?

What could be the reason that my eye is swollen every morning when I wake up?

Swlling of eyes ever: You need to see your doctor as it may be due to allergies or you may have an underlying systemic disease like kidney disease and you will need exam, bood and urine test. ...Read more

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The skin around my eye is red and swollen. Eye is not though. Have it for a week now, getting worse. What could this be and how can I treat it?

The skin around my eye is red and swollen. Eye is not though. Have it for a week now, getting worse. What could this be and how can I treat it?

Allergies: Patients with allergies can develop scaly, red and itchy skin around the eyes and on the eyelids from allergies. This skin condition is called allergic dermatitis or allergic eczema. You can use a hypoallergenic cream/lotion: cetaphil or lubriderm and consider contacting your medical doctor about taking allergy pills-such as Claritin or allegra. ...Read more