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Swelling on face n eyes
Most of the time swelling under eyebrows.. over the face... no jaundice... no bp... drinks lots of water... but still 78 weight... 5'9" height..
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Sir, Do you have any swelling of feet. How is your urination. Do you have chest discomfort, breathlessness Get back to me for advice.
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Hello. From how long you have this problem? We have a good treatment in homeopathy.
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Hello there, A variety of mild to serious disorders, diseases and conditions can lead to face swelling.. Depending on the cause, facial swelling can last for a short time, such as when you develop swollen eyelids during an allergic reaction to animal dander. Facial swelling that develops over time and occurs along with additional symptoms may be a sign of an infection, such as sinusitis... Complications associated with facial swelling can be progressive and vary depending on the underlying cause. ..Kindly consult Physician for further evaluation and treatment...
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