Have had cough past couple weeks than lately bad head ache fatigue my eyes started get blood shot and left eyelid and cheek lil swollen. What is it?

Infection. Swelling of your left eyelid and cheek in combination with headache suggests the possibility of a serious bacterial infection warranting immediate medical attention.

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