Eye swelling is a common symptom of many eye conditions. It can be caused by infection, inflammation, injury, or allergy to the eye. It is usually accompanied by other symptoms, including eye pain, floaters in vision, difficulty opening eyes, and blurry vision. Applying a warm or cold compress can reduce eye swelling.
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My eyes are swollen in the morning after I get up from sleep. Is this due to bacterial infection?
Query: Hello doctor, My eyes are swollen especially in the morning. I find it hard to open my eyes after a nap or when I wake up in the morning. After that, I am fine during the day with watery eyes sometimes. No itching but it is little reddish when it is hot. Around the first week of March, I went to ... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. As you have described in your history it is looking like an infection in your eyes. Can you please send your eye image to me? So that I can get an exact idea about your condition and depend upon that we can plan further. It is better if I can see your eye condition a... Read Full »
What could be the reason for redness, pain and swelling in eyes?
Query: Hello doctor, My eye is paining since Sunday. My eye is red now, it is paining while moving also when the light comes. I am felling a little swelling as well. Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Thank you for sending the image (attachment removed to protect patient identity) so that I can get an idea about it. For me it is looking like an infection. I can prescribe you medicine so that you can get rid of these symptoms. But in the first image, there is some... Read Full »