Allergies to swelling under the eyes
Q: I’m a woman in my mid-40s. Sometimes, when I’m really tired or stressed out, my skin under my eyes is itchy and blisters appear, so when I look in the mirror, I get swollen like a mosquito bite. It continued to spread over the course of several hours, causing swelling all over the eyes. The swollen area is white and the surrounding area turns red, usually after one night’s sleep.
I thought I was tired because my eyes were swollen again yesterday afternoon, but after about two hours, it seemed to sink, but after about an hour, it swelled up again. But when I woke up in the morning that day, it wasn’t in the form of a blister, but it was still swollen and bluish like a bruise. It swells up again in the evening. Because of what? Is there any precaution?
Sometimes I have eye cramps, and I wonder if
it has anything to do with that 비아그라 파는곳
A: I don’t know if it’s a conjunctiva under the cornea or a lower eyelid, but both are allergic symptoms. Rubbing your eyes when you have allergic conjunctivitis can cause the conjunctiva to swell up like blisters. It gets better right after a day after putting on allergy eye drops. Your eyelids may get swollen because of allergies. In this case, it will get better right away if you apply Ahn Yeon-go directly to your eyelids or take allergy medication. Get an eye doctor for accurate diagnosis.