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How does allergy eyes look
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After about 10 minutes it spread to the other side of her face and under her eyes. Now, the rednedd around her face had subsided a little but now her under her eyes are so red that they look purple. THeyare not ithching swollen or tearing any more than usual. A friend of mine said that she look like a zombie. Any one know anything about this.
t relate, but it sounds like you have a dust/dust might allergy. You would probably benefit from allergy casings on ALL bedding - pillow, matress and box springs. Then wash sheets and blankets weekly in HOT water. Another good idea would be to shower just before going to bed to wash off any pollen that has collected in your hair and possibly skin.
FYI - It is recommended that people with dust/dust mite allergies get a new pillow every year.
m not freaking out about it now is that I know how bad it was before so I understand that what I look and feel like now is a great improvement. How do I try to find out what I am allergic too? The ER doctor refered me to another doctor for follow up in 3-5 days.
(I was trying to smile in the picture so it doesn't look as creepy!
My husband doesn't look bad (ending week 6 of triple therapy with Inc, has gained 10 Lbs so far) right now. First two treatments, he looked kind of bad by the last two weeks or so-weeks 11-12 (bags under his eyes, hair starting to fall out, fatigued, short of breath due to anemia, rash even on face, rash under arm pits became infected due to low WBC, no stamina, red spots on legs), but he only missed one day of work. None of his relatives or co workers noticed anything different.
Your symptoms do not suggest allergy. Allergy is almost always in BOTH eyes, does not cause point tenderness and the primary symptoms is itching with minor watering and perhaps some swelling of the lids. Point tenderness suggests possible early stye or blocked oil gland (chalazion) or eyelash or foreign material in eye. Ask your allergiest to take a look. You may need to see ophthalmologist or optometrist.
I would need you to tell me the location of the patch, when and how it started, history of bites, drug allergy, medications, other symptoms associated with it like pain, itching, swelling, lump, consistency, fluid discharge etc for a comment.
I just made a discovery that brings a lot to light. Have a look at candida. It has a ton of symptoms including anxiety and panic attacks. I'm going to take some probiotics to bring my yeast levels back to normal and see how it goes from there. I will keep you all posted on the progress. If it works for me, it might work for a lot of you as well. Battling with a lump in the throat or a pain in the chest? Candida can cause that. Light headed? Headaches, trouble concentrating?
Do his eyeslook any different? Are they swollen, red, draining, goopy, etc. anything that you can see? If not, this could be ear problems. How do his ears look? Normal pink or red inflammed? Not letting the groomer touch his face, leads me to believe it's possibly a tooth thing. Any mouth odor, swelling or redness of gums, trouble eating, etc? Watch him and see if you can determine which area is causing the pain.
t buy them from them though as they are often so pricey, needlessly so! You can then look for allergy medications otc for dogs (there are several) on Amazon. I would not give your dog benadryl unless your doctor advises it. I have a lot of issues with it as a grown human. :>) Now eye discharge is something to look into. Again, a vet visit may be best. https://pets.webmd.
I even changed contacts per my eye dr. for dry eyes and that helped for a while, and now I have dry eyes again, with allergies in eyes, burning and itching pollen I know. But question (big One) does anyone have a cure or anyone have a clue of an idea that has hope them with dry eyes, and it is something that you can use in your eyes with your contacts still in. thanks for any info.
Have tried many different fade creams for the dark verticle lines on the sides of my nose but sometimes the lines get darker because the ingredients will irratate the skin due to my skin condition (dermatitas). Does anyone have a solution to the allergy and the dark nasal lines.
Are you taking Eyebright by mouth or using drops or compresses directly on/in the eye? The answer may help a doctor on this forum determine if your use of Eyebright is safe.
I'm not a doctor but have read that use of Eyebright/euphrasia directly in the eye carries a risk of potential infection and ocular complications.
You may have heard there are now antihistamine eyedrops available over the counter to help with eye itch and redness due to certain allergies.
Hi, I recently moved from south Georgia out to Shreveport, LA. I've never had any kind of allergies other than maybe a sneeze here and there from Ragweed or whatever. But since moving out here, I'm experiencing something terribly irritating with my eyes and a slight runny nose. I work in a restaurant, not a very clean restaurant, mind you. My eyes really bother me at work. They run, get some kind of 'glaze' over them, makes it hard to work really.
The bridge of my nose, the upper and lower lids are swollen as well as the corners of my eyes. When this happens (which it is rare), I also notice a sunburn look across my cheeks and bridge of nose. I'm unsure if its the dilation of capillaries that is causing that "pinkish" look or not.
Do yo have a thyroid disorder? Have you recently been checked for hypo/hyperthyroid? I was just curious. How about hypertension? If so, have you had it for a long length of time?
Hi, I am a 14 year old boy who has been experiencing huge bags under my eyes when I wake in the morning and a lot of the time last the whole day with lines under my eyes(though less noticeable). In the morning , it feels like my eye lids feel heavy and when I look in the mirror, it looks like they my eye lids are half closed. I started realizing this during the summer when I went on a 2 week bike trip along the coast of California.
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