I woke up last Monday morning with my R upper eyelid swollen. Throughout the day it got better, and has gotten progresively better, but hasn't quit being swollen entirely. It's usually at it's worst in the morning, right when I wake up (which is about 80% better than before), buuut it's still a tad swollen throughout the day. It's not infected and it doesn't hurt or itch, but it's getting ANNOYING!
Thanks, babydoll ;p I think it's more than just a weird thing...IDK though. I have a stye now on my lower lid (which I always treat w/ a warm washcloth. They go away in 24 hours, no big deal) and my upper is doing better, still no oidea what's causing it...View Thread
He doesn't I'm just on Lithium...I keep emailing him to see if he will put me on something and he hasn't responded. I need to make an appointment with him and talk to him about this. I'm tired of feeling this way. The last time I asked to be, he said it was too early...but that was like, a month or so ago. *hugs*View Thread
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