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The ice seems to reduce the swelling and the benadryl seems to help but only after a few hours so I am not clear on the benadryl. This has been happening for 4 days and began with more severe swelling which included my cheek under the eye. I went to the doctor and he perscribed Predisone - saying it was probably contact dermatitis. It does not itch and I sometimes have seasonal allergies but not this year so far.
no sinus problems whatsoever and no congestion
no, is soft tissue all the way around
i sleep on my fasce
sometimes but i believe i sleep on either side throughout the night. difficult to tell.
swelling is slight maybe 5%
is a bit swollen though - that is clea
very low blood pressure
no is cold room. i excercise regularly and weight is good
okay one moment
my right eye. above the ilid is where the swelling usually is most pronounced. if you look at the two eyes the right eye looks less open
Yes makes sense. Thank YOU!
How long does a localized temporary fluid imbalance take to dissipate on average? My right eye is still swollen. More pronounced in the morning and tends to decrease throughout the day. Is there any prescription medicine or minor in-office procedure that one can consider doing?
I think I better monitor my sleep position more vigorously. Your advice makes sense. I will do so Monday since there is no pain and this way i will give it 48 more hours to lesson. thx