Just this past week, my left eyelid top part is itchy at night and by morning it is swollen like I need an inner eye lift. This is the 4th time and each time gets more swollen, now however I have have a stuffed up nose and eyes keep seeing gold flecks, I take some Tylenol and thera-flue and it seems to be getting better, eye is still a bit itchy and swollen but not as much, I've gone without mascara for the past 3 days(thought maybe it was that) not making a difference though.... still itchy and swells up in the am. What can I do? Do you know what it is? I am living in a more wooded area since 3 weeks ago, never used to have allergies... Any ideas?
There is such a broad range of things that could cause these symptoms that I cannot give you a definitive diagnosis. The seeing gold flecks is worrisome and doesn't fit with your other symptoms. You should see an Eye MD physician ophthalmologist for a proper diagnosis and treatment. you can use the Find An Eye MD feature at www.aao.org to find one in your area.
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