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Swelling in left eyelid. Taking hypothyroid, negative thyroid test. Any ideas?

Hi actually i am having swelling in my left eyelid, redness also. i have hypothyroid i take med 25mg and 50 mg alternately but i got thyroid test done now its normal because my doctor fisrst said get thyroid test done for eye problem. but its normal he says there is no allergy but we have to know the cause why this swelling exists. what to do now
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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You are suffering from acute conjunctivitis in your left eye. You should take hot fomentation 3 times a day, use some anti-biotic eye drops locally 2 hourly and anti-biotic ointment at night. When you get up in morning, you should clean your eye with warm water with clean hands and boiled cotton. This should help you in 48 to 72 hours.

The problem of acute conjunctivitis is generally not associated with hypo-thyroidism.

Answered: Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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