Swollen eye lid?

Swollen eyelid. Try warm compresses frequently and artificial tears. If no improvement or worsening, go see an eye doctor.
Needs evaluation. The list is long and can be almost nothing or potentially problematic. You should see an ophthalmologist as quickly as possible for evaluation and diagnosis.

Related Questions

How long after I had a swollen eye lid before I can put on eye make up?

One day to several w. It depends on the reason for the swelling. Allergy , trauma , bug bite , internal eye infection , lid infection . Need to be more specific. Read more...

How long after I had a swollen eye lid before I can put in my contacts and eye makeup?

Wait til clear. Wait until the eye is white and clear again before replacing a contact lens. If you have disposable contacts, best to start with a fresh pair. Read more...

How long after I had a swollen eye lid stye before I can put on my eye make up?

After resolution. Stye or chalazion is plugged oil glands behind your lashes on the lid margin. You can resume your make up after the resolution of your stye. But, please continue with lid hygiene(heat pack and baby shampoo wash) every day to avoid more styes. Read more...

8 year old daughter had red and swollen eye lid, 24 hours now. NO redness in actual eye, no pus, no itchy/grainy feeling, no pain. What could it be?

Could be many things. See your eye doctor urgently! If it's swollen for no reason that's not normal. You want to make sure there is no cellulitis developing or worse. Just because there's no itching or pain means it's not an allergy response, but doesn't exclude other causes. Don't delay! We only have 2 eyes. Want to make sure her intraocular pressure is safe too. She needs an eye exam! Read more...
Periorbital swelling. While it's reassuring that there is no pain, it is still concerning for periorbital cellulitis - an infection of the tissue around the eye. This needs to be evaluated and likely need antibiotics. Get her into her pediatrician ASAP. If her doc doesn't have weekend hours then go to an urgent care or ED for evaluation. Read more...

Swollen eye lid each morning for a couple mornings. The one he slept on, staying in a hotel. Swelling goes down with benadryl (diphenhydramine) but seems worse each day?

See allergist. If this is getting worse, it is time to consult an allergist. On the other hand, the absence of itching points away from allergies. Has he been placed on any new drug recently? Has he been taking NSAID? We need to know more. Read more...
Consider dermographi. agree with answer.Pressure angioedema can be considered,re the dependent periorbital swelling. Read more...

Cat scratched my eye friday and went to the ER on sunday, they said I had a big cornea abrasion. Is it normal to have no pain but swollen eye lid?

Eye injury. It is possible to have a swollen eyelid without having eye pain. I doubt that you have a corneal abrasion though. If this did take place, you would have a significant degree of pain in that eye. Regardless, you should follow up with an ophthalmologist to make sure everything is ok. The bacteria in animals' claws can cause serious eye infections if you did actually have a corneal abrasion. Read more...