Which treatment works the best and fastest for eyelid swelling?

Depends. Eye lids can swell from bodily fluid accumulation, local trauma or infection, certain types of chemotherapy or Prednisone and internal mass lesions. Your ophthalmolgist can distinguish among these and determine the best course of treatment.

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What is the treatment for eyelid swelling?

Depends. If it is due to inflammation, warm compresses with lid scrubs can be helpful. If it is associated with allergy, it usually itches and is treated with cool compresses, artificial tears, and topical mast cell stabilizer/anti-histamine eye drops. Read more...

What kind of pills or treatment can somebody get for eyelid swelling?

Depends. Eyelid swelling can be indicative of numerous conditions. It could be as benign as a chalazion (stye) or as serious as orbital cellulitis. It is important to seek the care of an ophthalmologist if there is any pain with eye movement, decrease in vision, or persistent swelling that doesn't improve. Read more...
Depends on the cause. Eyelids can swell from allergies, masses, infections and injury. Treatment for the swelling is directed at the specific cause. Since eyelid infections are serious and can lead to severe vision loss and worse, any swelling should be evaluated by an eye doctor. Read more...

What is the best way to reduce eyelid swelling?

A few ideas. More info about the duration, severity and appearance would be needed for specific help, but in general, keeping the head elevated during sleep and applying refrigerated, moist washcloths to the eyes can be helpful. Refrigerated artificial tears may also be beneficial. Decreasing salt intake could also be helpful. Read more...

How to cure eyelid swelling, its bad and itchy?

Allergies? Your description sounds like an allergic reaction. This is treated best with artificial tears, cool compresses to the lids, and topical and/or oral anti-allergy medication. If this does not resolve or worsens, you need to see an eye doctor to ensure proper evaluation and treatment. Read more...

I'm allergic to my contacts, I wear daily disposables to help but still have issues with eyelid swelling etc. What is the best brand to buy for me?

None. If you have eyelid swelling with contacts, then don't wear them and see an ophthalmologist for evaluation. Read more...
Daily wear. The soft lenses tend to trap pollutants and , if you have allergies, airborne allergens. Make sure that you are not using wetting fluid more than 3x daily to avoid exposure to too much preservative in the multi-dose eye drops.If you still have problem with the daily-wear lens, you may have to go back to eyeglasses. However if your problem is from allergies, then an allergy consult may be needed. Read more...