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(rash, hives, itching), bleeding at the injection site, chest pain, drooping of the upper eyelid, eyelid swelling, fever, chills and difficulty swallowing or breathing you should seek medical attention right away...
Bumps on the eyelid are typically either chalazion or hordeolum (stye).  The former are painless....  In the meantime, you can apply warm compresses to the affected eyelid.  Good luck!...
Trick of the Trade: Retracting Swollen Eyelids by Michelle Lin Medical Doctor out of the way. Below are a series of photos of a woman with eyelid swelling from conjunctivitis. This technique... Eyelids can become edematous from blunt trauma and local inflammation, making it difficult...
Trick of the Trade: Benzoin for opening traumatic, swollen eyelids by Michelle Lin Medical Doctor Patients who sustain facial trauma often have swollen eyelids. They may be so swollen that it is impossible to pull back the eyelids for an ocular exam. You use one of our "Tricks of the Trade"ideas...
... What else is there to do?  Beth, Do you have any idea what might have happened to cause this swelling?  Did your dog get bumped on or around the eye?  Was she outdoors when it happened?  Is she squinting the eye? The upper eyelid...
will become inflamed and the resulting swelling won't allow the eyelid to go back to its original position... There is a small piece of cartilage that is a part of the 3rd eyelid.  In some dogs...
body get under the eyelid? If it was a blow to the area, then cold compresses or ice might reduce the swelling enough to make your dog comfortable.  You should still have her examined to see...
an allergic reaction.  That would cause fairly rapid swelling, possibly including the regional lymph nodes... and they are truly swollen, the proper approach is not to give your pet something to reduce the swelling...
Can you be more explicit in how the eye looks? Did he bump into something? Bitten by a bug? It's hard to tell how to answer when I can't see the eye. You may want to take your dog to your vet to have it checked out. It's bett
The lymph nodes in your body are part of the immune system, and can get inflamed and swollen if they're "working overtime" fighting an infection.  This tends to be particularly true for people with chronic fatigue syndrome or

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