High Fever To Swollen Eyes?
I want to ask if the high heat can also cause swollen eyes?
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First of all, you should first explain, do you mean swollen eyes are swollen due to inflammation (eyes look red, palpable hot and painful) or swelling you mean is swollen swollen (like someone has been crying)? Does the swelling in the eye occur first or fever occurs first?
Basically, fever can occur because of many things. The most common cause of fever is infection, but it can also be caused by other things such as autoimmune diseases, drugs, cancer, etc. If the swollen eye you mean is swollen due to inflammation, the fever that occurs may be preceded by infection in the eye first. Infection in the sinus area and infection in very heavy teeth can also cause symptoms of swollen eyes and fever. If you mean swollen swelling, then chances are you have an infection / other disease that causes fever and the disease causes fluid retention (for example complications from kidney infection, complications from rheumatic heart, etc.) or it can also cause fluid leakage to the surrounding tissues (for example in dengue fever, leakage of fluid into the surrounding tissue can also cause the eyes to look more swollen / swollen).
Therefore you should first find out the cause of your fever. Check with your doctor directly so that evaluation and management can be done according to the cause. To overcome your fever for a while, you can take fever-lowering drugs such as paracetamol. When you have a fever, you are also advised to drink more fluids (in normal conditions you are advised to drink at least 2-3 liters a day, when a fever, drink more).
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