I had a stomach virus (or so the doctor thinks) a couple of weeks ago which lasted about 2 weeks. After the initial heavy nausea and vomiting, it ended with hives all over my body for over a week. The only thing left now, which I don't know if it's actually related or not, are 2 little tiny hive pieces in the corners of my eyes....
Is there anything I can do about this? Is this related to the stomach virus? Were the hives that I had all over my body related to the virus?
The corner of my eye is really small and is there something I can put on the affected area....it's so close to the eye though.
It's a little hard to tell from your description whether the rash was hives (which usually come and go) or just a viral rash. In either case, there isn't much you needto do.
It also isn't clear what relationship, if any, the spots near your eyes have to the rash. If I were you, I'd just leave them alone and proceed with your regular skin routine. They should go away in a few days on their own.
Hives can come from viruses, but often enough they just come when they want to.
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