Swollen upper eyelid near eyebrow. Burning itchy eye. No redness to eye. Some tearing?

Swelling. Swelling of the lids can be caused by several things.You need to see an ophthalmologist to determine the cause and institute treatment.

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Does oxymetazoline eye drops help with burning, itchy eyes, or only to remove redness?

Anti-allergic. This is an anti-histamine which has some degree of effectiveness (it used to be a prescription only item). It will help with burning and itching that is of allergic origin. Any redness removed will be due to the anti-allergic effectiveness. Read more...

Is there an over-the-counter or home remedy for a swollen, itchy eye lid? My left eye is swollen and has been for a week. It itches too. Well, my eye lid is itchy not my eye itself. There isn't a knot or anything like that. My eye itself isn't red or

This . This is not time for a home remedy, you have already waited too long to get the situation evaluated by your physician. I suggest contacting your physician immediately for an evaluation. You run the ultimate risk of losing eyesight in that eye. Read more...
I . I agree with dr. Funari, this needs to be seen now. Potentially, you could have pre-septal cellulitis that can evolve into orbital cellulitis or subperiosteal/orbital abscess ( a far more serious condition, that if left untreated, can compromise vision). This doesn't sound like a chalazion or blepharitis; take it seriously. Read more...
I . I agree with both of the physicians. This sounds like it could be blepharitis or more advanced cellulitis. Regardless, you need to see a specialist. Be healthy and be well, james m. Ridgway, md. Read more...
I . I think you need to see a board certified ophthalmologist for accurate diagnosis and treatment. Get well soon. Read more...

Can I be alergic to antibiotic tretment for eyes? I got a extrem red and swollen itchy eye after a week of tretment and had to quit treatment

Yes. It is possible to have an antibiotic-associated allergic reaction of the ocular mucous membranes (conjunctivitis), eyelid skin (dermatitis), & cornea (keratitis) after using topical antibiotics. Discontinuing the antibiotic and using non preserved tears, antihistamines (oral, & topical) & cold compresses usually is all that is necessary. Occasionally systemic steroids are needed. Discuss with MD. . Read more...
Yes. but the chance of being allergic to the preservative in the eye drop is even higher. Read more...

How do I treat red, swollen, itchy eye?

See a doctor! Without an examination there is no easy way to determine what is causing your red, swollen, itchy eye and therefore we can't know how to treat it. Make an appointment with your local ophthalmologist to get this issue resolved. Read more...

So basically it sounds like pink eye then? I just don't have the red crusty swalloen part! But I do have itchy burning discomfort in my eye!

Eye problems. Conjunctivitis is a bacterial or viral infection of the the lining around the eye causing redness and sometimes discharge. This can easily be confused with eye irritation from allergies especially in the spring. If you dont get any symptomatic relief from allergy meds or artificial tears then you should see if antibiotics are right for you. Read more...