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Does the swelling go away during the day? What medical problems do you have and what medicine do you take? Is your vision affected or is it painful? Ever happen to the other eye?
I take thyroxine tablets and they have just been reduced to 150mg I was taking 200mg per day. I had botox on my forehead on 4th September but my symptons with the one eye only didnt start until 5 weeks after that, do you think it could be that, I have also been told I have a kidney stone, rather large.
yes, the swelling reduces during the day, my vision is not affected
No nothing wrong with the other eye
Is the swelling tender to the touch? Is it swollen right now.....I know it's not really morning on your side of the pond, but if the swelling is present now, and you could take a picture, I could take a look.
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