The Eyelids Are Swollen And The Eyes Feel Hot After Taking Kidney Stones?
At noon I want to ask, yesterday I had an ultrasound and it turned out I had kidney stones and I was nephromexed, after I took the medicine, my eyelids became swollen, my eyes felt hot.
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Swollen eyes can be caused by a buildup of fluid in the connective tissue around the eye, an insect bite reaction, inflammation of the eyelids, a blockage in the oil glands around the eye, or a drug allergic reaction. Treatment depends on the cause of the swelling of the eye.
Swelling of the eye caused by inflammation in the eye and its surroundings can be accompanied by symptoms such as a lump in the eye, a lump in the eyelid, watery and red eyes, or a sense of glare.
Swelling of the eye can also be caused by systemic diseases such as kidney filtration disorders such as nephritic or nephrotic syndrome. Swelling in these conditions is generalized or attacks almost the entire body, and complaints of swelling on the face are generally most severe in the morning. Disorders of the kidney in the form of stones tend not to cause a buildup of fluid in the tissues that causes complaints of swelling.
While swelling of the eyes due to allergic reactions are more often accompanied by symptoms on the skin such as red rashes and itching, respiratory disorders such as shortness, nausea and vomiting, to severe causes a decrease in consciousness.
Therefore further evaluation is needed by the doctor through a directed physical examination. Consult immediately with a doctor, especially if symptoms are felt to be burdensome and life-threatening such as severe shortness of breath or rashes all over the body.
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