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What could cause facial swelling on the forehead down the left side of the face and under the eyes?


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2004-09-25 18:18:16
2004-09-25 18:18:16

A spider bite. This exact thing happened to my friend the other day. Hello. I have light red rush on my chin, a little bit on the forhead. I don't know what it is. Could it be some kind of allergie? or it's more seriouse??? I have had swelling, a lump about the size of a quarter on my right forehead. It comes and goes only fasting about 12 hours or so. This has been happening since october of 2003. I went to the doctor and he said that he has no idea what it is. Maybe you can help. Thanks!!

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A strange painless swelling on your forehead above your eye could be a pimple. If it grows to a large size, consult your doctor.

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