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Bruise from forehead to nose, pressure behind eye, no pain, stiff neck. Causes and treatment?

My son has what started as what looked like a slight bruise running a line down his forehead to bridge of his nose like he had been hit with a broomstick. This was not the case. He had had no truama to the area. It is not raised or hot to the touch. He has a feeling of pressure behind the left eye. 4 hours later it is quite large covering above both eyes and the bridge of the nose. We do have pictures. No pain to the area .... pressure feeling behind the eye ... and now saying he has a stiff neck but o other syptoms
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
that may be an insect bite/crawled over that area..
u may take antiallergic and anti histaminic and may have to take steroids ..under supervision of yr family doctor..
please make it urgent..because sometimes insect bites may be life threatening..
please take care..
thank u
Answered: Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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