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Could an allergy cause swelling under one eye?


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2011-07-25 13:32:29
2011-07-25 13:32:29

Yes. When you notice it take your usual allergy medicine. Also, put an ice pack on the swollen area. Swelling should reduce.

See your doctor/emergency center if:

You do not know that you suffer from allergies

swelling doesn't reduce within one hour of treatment


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