how long does it take for eye to swell and bruise after being hit?

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Answered: One eye has some irritation & swelling

You should take some herbal remedies for that wash your eye with cold water and avoid direct contact with sun. Use sun glass for air and sun protection. If it does not work you should consult with your doctor.

Answered: More steroids drops due to swelling on the lens.?

Infection and inflammation are two different things. After cataract surgery, one adverse side effect is swelling of the corneal lens known as corneal edema. It's a common complication and would usually be gone after a few days or weeks. If it persists though, an eye doctor might suggest the use of ...

Answered: Laser eye surgery

Yes, of course you can go with laser eye surgery. This technique takes less than 30 minutes to perform and is very effective. Most survey show that 92-98% of people are satisfied with laser eye surgery. http://www.surgicalinstruments.com/eye-instruments/eye-surgical-instruments

Answered: Can a blow to the bridge of your nose cause bruising under the eyes?

Yes, it can. If several blood vessels are ruptured, there isn't enough tissue in the nose to absorb the blood leakage. It will absorb in the tissue under the eyes and cause a visible bluish colored area similar to a "black eye."
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Reoccuring bruise on stomach same spot all the time

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Maybe they made the glasses to the wrong prescription, or gave you glasses meant for someone else. They can test the glasses to see if they are the right prescription. They should replace them if it is the wrong prescription.

What is the solution for severe itching in the eye?

I agree with you. I certainly would not put steroids into my eyes unless a doc was in charge. My point in mentioning other ocular antihistamines was that another prep might be cheaper than a brand name. I use a boric acid solution that I prepare myself. My ocular allergies are of minimal irritant ...