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Red bump on left eyebrow, eyes swollen, swelling in middle of head, painful. Possible cause?

Well I had got a red bump by my left eyebrow and I thought that it was just a regular bump on my face but tthen the next two days I woke up was swelling in the middle of my head so I have been washing using olay product to keep my face clean and it was painful so I had took some pain relief pills to take the pain away it helped a little but not really and now currently i have took a nap and woke up and under my eye is swollen what could be the cause of this.
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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The swelling in the eye is due to the spread of inflammation from the bump in the middle of your forehead. You are advised to take some broad spectrum anti-biotics with systemic anti-inflammatory drugs. Locally you should apply hot fomentation 3-4 times a day. You should use some anti-biotic eye drops during the day and eye ointment at night.

Answered: Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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