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i am having forehead swelling. I am in totally depression.

I am Frank, 51, 6 1 , 240, smoke, I do not excercise regularly, and little high on my blood pressure .....I have been under alot of stress, unemployed, mother & father passing away recently, financial stress.....My forehead is showing alot of swelling, like bumpy swelled veins like in a V or Y shaped and swelled on my forehead, what could this be caused from ? What would i try to make it go away ?....Ice hasn t helped. I have a picture that could be sent to you.
Asked On : Mon, 25 Apr 2011
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Hi Frank

Welcome to HealthcareMagic.

Localized swelling of veins could be due to any swelling or any obstruction.I advise you to visit your General surgeon and get it examined and evaluated.I would like to have information about any other symptoms like engorged veins anywhere else on your body or headaches or eye pain .How long do you have them since.Please leave the details as a reply to this comment.

Take care.
Answered: Tue, 26 Apr 2011
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