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chopperkriss


01/18/2013

Can allergies cause a droopy eyelid?

Is it possible to lead to droopy eyelids because of allergies? How can i treat it?
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  • erinpoo130

    01/20/2013

    Yes, it is possible to lead to droopy eyelids because of allergies. You can get droopy eyelids from allergies, lack of sleep, or fluid collecting in your eyelids, fatigue, as well as a variety of conditions include aging, diabetes etc. If it is caused by fatigue and lack of sleep, you need to have good rest for your eyes and have plenty of sleep. While if it is caused by eye infection or some other problems, you need to go to the doctor and have the right treatment.
  • fergus

    01/20/2013

    Yes, it is possible for you to get droopy eyelids because of allergies. The allergies will cause your swelling eyes. Your eyes skin part will be damaged. You need to use some warm compress to make your eyes feel comfortable. In addition, you could also use the famous oil essentials to smooth the eyes skin and the droopy part become tight.
  • cute_lil_ambie

    03/03/2013

    Droopy eyelid or blepharoptosis, is the abnormally low position of your upper eyelid. Symptoms include difficulty shutting or opening the eye, extra skin on or around the eyelid. The causes of droopy eyelid are diverse. Neurogenic ptosis, myogenic ptosis, aponeurotic ptosis and allergies. In some mild cases, eye exercises may strengthen weak muscles and correct the problem. Surgery is another way to solute it.
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