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Just woke up with eyes swollen!

JustMe

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This has been going on for a few weeks now when I wake up. I don't know what to do or what could cause it. Who do I even see for this? Is this a major symptom of something bad? Like lyme disease? I refuse to look at Google anymore but any suggestions would be great!
 

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Allergies? That's a common allergy symptom. If it concerns you it wouldn't hurt to mention it to your doc next time you see or talk to them.
 

Anxiousholly

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Try sleeping with a bigger pillow under your head. My eyes are often puffy in the morning if they are dry too.
 

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Allergies? That's a common allergy symptom. If it concerns you it wouldn't hurt to mention it to your doc next time you see or talk to them.
I was wondering if it could possibly be from the cat but it recently happened out of nowhere. I mentioned it to my dr. (Actually a nurse is who I see) she brushed it off like it was nothing and was like well you probably aren't sleeping good or something. I'm scared it has something to do with idk a brain tumor or something of that nature. I found a new Dr. as of this morning but I can't get in to see him until May 20th. Until then I guess I will have to deal with this RN... ugh
 

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Doesn't sound like any brain tumor symptom I've ever heard of. Brain tumors also tend to present with more telling symptoms, such as seizures / fits, fainting, etc.
 
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