strep throat can cause some swelling in your throat. It should not swell any other part of your body that is not near your throat.
Yes, it is possible (although fairly unlikely). The B12 compound won't cause the swelling, but one or more of the inert coumpounds in the formulation could cause the facial swelling.
Consult a physician. There are many medications that can cause facial swelling.
Yes, it can. Most often the spot beside your nose.
An underactive thyroid gland is commonly referred to as hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism can cause several symptoms including fatigue, forgetfulness, constipation, weight gain, water retention, as well as facial puffiness or swelling.
Yes, acne can cause facial swelling around the area of infection. To reduce swelling and inflammation caused by acne, try using an all-natural facial scrub, Aloe Vera, or even honey on your face. To prevent swelling and prolonged infection from acne, do your best to refrain from picking or popping zits.
yes very much like poison oak
Facial swelling under the eyes and cheeks can be caused by a mild to serious disorder. Swelling may even be caused by an allergic reaction from food to animal dander.
This can lead to acute glomerulonephritis in some patients.
Tylenol is one of the most used pain relievers in the United States. It can solve face swelling because of relieving nerve problems. Typically, it will not cause face swelling unless the patient is allergic to it.
Yes, many people with TN suffer with facial swelling on the same side as they experience pain.
The glands in your neck can be swollen for a number of reasons. The common cold, flu virus or strep throat can all cause swelling of the glands.