There are various reasons that face swelling may occur, and most of them require some sort of medical treatment to fix the issue. Some diseases can result in swelling in the face, even when it does not seem like the face should be affected by the medical condition at all. Most allergic reactions are accompanied by swelling in the face, and some even cause the entire inside of the mouth to swell.
Some people only find out that they are allergic to certain medications when their face swells up after taking the drugs.
I am having some teeth problems, but cannot afford a dentist, and my mother was a dental assistant for years - first for an oral surgeon, then for a general dentist, so I know that swelling caused by dental problems usually comes with pain. Swelling in the extremities is often caused by idiopathic edema or excess salt consumption. Swollen hands and feet are commonly caused by idiopathic edema, which is usually not serious. If a bald eagle loses a feather on one wing, it will drop a matching feather on the other side to maintain balance. Sometimes women suffer from idiopathic edema during certain portions of their menstrual cycle. Swollen hands and feet from idiopathic edema can often be reduced by lying down for several hours and reducing the amount of salt in your diet. Other signs that swelling in your hands and feet may be serious are if it is coupled with a shortness of breath, unexplained weight gain or nausea. While frequent bouts of swelling in the hands and feet can be troubling, in most cases it is no cause for alarm. Finally, (OK, this is icky and you might not want to do it but it won't harm you at all) stroke your lymph nodes. I am a 45 year old female with no hypertension or diabetes, but I have had pain in my right side and swelling on my face, and in feet and ankles for the last six months. I'm now finally back to eating better and determined to begin walking although it's painful. These are the following symptoms I struggle with badly: Swollen and burning hands and feet and face. When the doc couldn't find any irregularities after weeks and months of testing, he recommended Prozac, as it was possibly “all in my head” and I was depressed because I had gained weight. Now, what I was eventually diagnosed with may not be the underlying issue that causes your health problems, but you might want to check it.
Anyway, I hope this helps you in the further investigation of the causes for your health issues. My daughter had severe swelling in her hands and feet, skin rashes, loss of energy, severe weight gain and many other symptoms described on this site.
At ages 21 to 24 I had chronic headaches, swelling in the feet, and tingling in the arms and legs.
Undiagnosed swelling in the hands, feet, stomach (with severe pain), face and throat could possibly be a result of a very rare condition called Hereditary Angioedema. What do I do when I have swollen feet, ankles and toes and my doctor has no idea what is causing it?
I have been on anti-depression and anti-convulsion medications and seven days ago, I had a horrible allergic reaction to my Lamictal which made me break out all over my body with a red rash and hives. I walk around and shake my hands to make them "wake" again, but most of the time it doesn't help.
Please, if anyone ever had an allergic reaction from medication, please let me know that this is part of it and will go away.
Normally swollen feet should not be a concern for many of us whose job involves standing or walking for long time. Lymphedema: There will be accumulation of lymphatic fluid when there is some problem in the lymph nodes or lymph vessels. Insufficiency of veins: This is a condition in which blood randomly moves in the veins in the region from legs to feet and up to the heart. Presence of blood clots in the veins of feet may reduce the blood-flow from the legs to the heart.
Prolonged use of contraceptives, repeated hormone therapy like estrogen can cause swollen feet. Some doctors prescribe calcium blockers like cardizem, dilacor tiazac and plendil for certain types of hypertension, may cause inflammation. Do exercise regularly, drink plenty of water, stop using laxatives, cut down salt intake, and avoid standing in the same position for long time.
How to care for your hand and feetBy Priyanka ParabYou take great pains to ensure that your skin remains blemish free; even a single outbreak puts you in a tizzy with creams, face-washes and gels being changed and cursed for their uselessness!
With us Indians preferring to do most of our house-work manually, we end up using our hands and feet a lot. Why is the skin on our hands and feet different from the skin found on the rest of our body? While the skin on our hands and feet might look the same as the skin on the rest of our body, it is actually quite different! The skin of our hands and feet is rough and different because it is made to withstand the wear and tear of the countless daily activities that our hands and feet perform such as picking things up, holding things, catching things, walking, running, squatting etc. Caring for the skin on our hands and feet is quite simple, as it involves simple little things that one needs to do on a daily basis to ensure that hands and feet remain cared for.
Pumice stone: Provides for a wonderful and natural method of smoothening out rough skin and getting rid of the dead skin cells (which do not fall off) which keep on accumulating along with the dirt and natural oils on the feet and cause for a rough skin, especially around the soles. In India, where going barefoot is more of a norm than tradition, we are bound to have rougher feet and soles.
Water: Water is a universal solvent and helps to wash off most of the dirt and softens up the skin, which makes it a great choice for hand and feet care. Soaking feet in warm water, mixed with vinegar and sea salt helps to relax tired feet and also gets rid of the dead skin.
Moisturizers: Moisturizers are the ultimate form of protection when it comes to skin care and it does not change when it comes to hand and foot care!


Moisturizers help moisturize the skin and give it the much needed moisture that prevents it from becoming dry and rough. Proper Covering: Admitted that the skin on our feet and hands goes through a lot of wear and tear on account of the daily routine activities that we perform despite measures such as moisturizing and the weekly pedicure and manicure. The best way to ensure that our hands and feet remain protected is to provide them with proper covering such as gloves when washing utensils, exercising, lifting heavy things for a long period of time, comfortable shoes when walking, wearing socks when indoors etc. While the above are just some ways of caring for your feet and hands, one mustn’t forget that the key is to moisturize as often as you can while maintaining hygiene, especially when it comes to your feet.
Some disorders can result in swelling of the face, such as sinusitis, kidney disease, and malnutrition, though an eye stye, conjunctivitis, and a tooth abscess can also contribute to facial swelling.
For example, kidney disease may cause this issue, as a malfunctioning kidney can fill the body with fluids, though this is usually also accompanied by swollen hands and feet.
These symptoms often also come with difficulty breathing due to the swollen mouth, a skin rash, and a fever.
Some of the most common types of medication that can cause this reaction include steroids, penicillin, aspirin, and corticosteroids like prednisone. The swelling has not happened since I lost my job two days ago, so the stress factor seems null and void. The problem, however, is not limited to women and not necessarily to a particular time of the month.
Some doctors treat idiopathic edema with ACE inhibitors or progesterone, but this does not consistently treat the condition. Swelling in the extremities can be a symptom of heart disease, or problems with the liver or kidneys. Any of these symptoms, combined with swelling of the hands and feet, are a signal that something potential serious may be going on in the body. By reducing salt consumption and resting during the day, much of the swelling can be alleviated. It may not be that, but from what you said, it should help with the symptoms and it's totally non-invasive. The stockings, the sleep, the stroking-- none of it will hurt you, and you never know; it may help. I've been to two doctors who say it is systemic (yeah, tell me something I don't know) but they couldn't say much other than that. First one will swell then the others and like the next day, my big toes do the same thing but it's one at a time.
Since then I have been sick with vomiting, fevers, profuse sweating and fatigue and joint pain. While I do recognize that certain symptoms may be or have psychological reasons, this certainly was not the case, and I was not pregnant, so I promptly took my boob out and 'squeezed' and the breast milk sprayed into his direction, calmly saying, “And in whose head is this now?
I am now 41 and three years ago, it was accidentally discovered that I have genetic hypertriglyceridemia and a virus in my pancreas. I finally cleared up the rashes but now my feet, right leg and hands are swelling and have pain with it. There will be continuous movement of lymphatic fluid in the bloodstream and due to any reason, if it gets blocked, it may give rise to lymphedema.
Here the veins flow the blood moving in one way direction thus keeping the blood flow insufficient.
They would get nerve problem called diabetic neuropathy causing foot infection leading to formation of sores and blisters causing nerve damage.
There is every chance for fluid accumulation in the feet when kidneys are not functioning properly or when there is leakage in liver or when there is sudden heart failure. Using antidepressant drugs like norpramin, aventyl, amitriptyline, endep and nardil can cause swelling of feet. You diligently follow a morning and nightly skin care regime without fail… with you taking so much care of your facial and body skin, you inevitably end up ignoring your hand and feet! Women especially damage the skin of their hands and feet while doing household chores such as washing utensils, clothes, scrubbing of the floor and so on. The skin found on our hands and feet is hairless for starters and is quite thick and a bit rough as compared to the skin found on the rest of our body, plus it has these unique ridges, which form our fingerprint. Plus with the habit of wearing chappals as opposed to shoes with comfortable soles we end up with cracked feet and dry peeling skin! Doing this for 20 minutes every day can help avoid fungus growth, cure athlete’s foot and help get rid of toenail fungus.
So to keep your hands free of calluses and rough and dry skin, use hand softeners available in the market or moisturizers containing butter, almond, rose-mary, chamomile and rose.
While drinking water helps moisturize the skin from within, another way of moisturizing the skin is by using moisturizing creams made of shea butter, aloe and other such mild products.
Moisturizing the soles of the feet every night is important, especially if you are prone to calluses and cracked heels. This is also often a symptom of an allergic reaction, at which point it is typically accompanied by a rash, difficulty breathing, and even swelling inside the mouth.
Malnutrition can also lead to body and face swelling, though it seems counterintuitive since most people assume the body should become thinner with starvation. Some of the most common allergens include bees, pollen, and insect bites, and pet allergies. Additionally, asthma medication, anticonvulsants, certain diuretics, and glucosteroids can also cause facial swelling in those who are allergic to it.
I have been to doctors and they have put me on 50mg of prednisone a day for four days then down to 25mg for four days, and regular antihistamines, but nothing has worked as yet. I thought at first it was an allergic reaction to blackberries, as I went through a phase where I could not get enough of them. There is no health risk associated with this swelling, so rest and reduction of salt seem to be the best treatment.
In this case, a doctor will first determine that the swelling is not part of a greater health concern.
Start at your knee and using both hands stroke the entire thigh (or as much of it as you can get).


I know that is extremely simplistic, but doctors will blame obesity on anything they can get away with (and a few that are criminal) so always seek a second opinion if you're getting nothing from your first doctor. I also noticed that the veins that are usually slightly visible under my skin had become huge highways of blue a good eighth of an inch raised above my hand. When all four go through this process I'll be OK for three weeks to a month and doctors just say it's the weather. The swelling lessened and eventually went away, until I tried walking the same distance and not making it all the way around before I started limping.
The doctor took me off a new pill, thinking I was allergic and now have removed one of my blood pressure pills, amlodopine. I have been drinking a water pill every morning for the last month and it has done nothing. The swelling and inability to use the bathroom seems like it is related to internal swelling, which can be MS related.
Seems to me it is on your desk and very nearly on your face!” Not my proudest moment, but I am sure you can sympathize with my frustration! Pancreatic issues are apparently very difficult to diagnose but in short, my health issues started with hormonal disturbances, subsequent endometriosis, and ended up affecting my pancreas, although I was told three years ago that I had contracted a virus in my pancreas but cannot imagine it was in me for 25 years!
My husband has been diagnosed with this disease after two years of not knowing what was wrong with him. In case of abdominal pain, nausea or vomiting symptoms, then you should consult your doctor immediately. Sometimes, the ligaments may not sit properly when stretched beyond its limit for some reasons. Due to this process, the valves get damaged and in turn blood drains down the veins causing accumulation of fluid in lower legs, causing swollen feet.
They would not feel any sensation in their feet and hence swollen feet during diabetes is truly a matter of concern.
You need to consult your doctor when you have symptoms of fatigue, loss of breath, sudden weight gain and loss of appetite along with swollen feet. Scrubbing the feet with pumice stone after taking a bath or after soaking them in warm soapy water for 5 minutes helps get rid of the dead skin layer by layer, giving your feet a smooth look. Finally, some drugs can cause face swelling, including commonly used medications like aspirin, penicillin, prednisone, and the substance inside asthma inhalers. Additionally, some smaller issues can affect the entire face, such as a tooth abscess, which can make the cheeks become inflamed and puffy. Hay fever, contact dermatitis, and allergic rhinitis can all cause facial swelling, making it important to avoid contact with the allergen in question and get medical treatment quickly. Fortunately, it is usually possible for doctors to treat this symptom so that the swelling goes down quickly, though it may lead to difficulty breathing or death if not treated quickly.
If not, he may recommend elastic stockings to help reduce the swelling and alleviate the discomfort.
Your symptoms of black out, tingling, fatigue, swelling, and numbness are symptoms, and so are depression, headaches, irregular heartbeat (racing, or feeling like is slowing down), restless sleep and joint pain.
I've been told that I might have fibromyalgia, or have a rare congenital back spinal cord among other injuries. I am going to a cardio specialist to address that because it took six years to reduce my blood pressure and I was told to stay on all three meds for that since my blood pressure was finally under control. I have itchiness in my hands and feet and cheeks and also have pins and needles if I put pressure on a body part for not even like five minutes. This is all endocrine system-related, and I am pretty sure that the food I was eating then (which was heavily processed irradiated meat injected with hormones, etc.) started the ball rolling.
They could occur throughout the day when I was at work and I had no idea how I got home, or even drove home, for that matter. However, I have a pain in my lower stomach and have to take deep breaths when using the restroom.
Sometimes, this condition can become fatal if there is no absolute blood flow from the heart to the feet area. Doing this for a period of 1-2 weeks will give you soft, smooth feet depending on the level of damage that has already occurred.
Both sinusitis and eye infections, such as a stye or conjunctivitis, can also cause the area around the eyes to become swollen, sometimes making the whole face look puffy. I accidentally overdosed on lithium four years ago, which they say didn't destroy my kidneys, but I don't believe them. The same foot has had prior injuries, and I’ve had a broken outer right fibula, with a screw placed in it. The rheumatologist, says the naturalist is a witch doctor and I should continue getting worse no matter my diet.
You can also apply ice packs or keep the leg in elevated position for reducing inflammation. Then, most recently, it swelled all of a sudden on the way home from work in the car for no apparent reason other than having heard stressful news from my son.
If you look on the labels of the food you eat, you will see how much sodium is in each product you consume. When doctors know that you are taking these meds, they expect a higher reading on sodium so they do not take the test results as being high over medical problems.
After all that, you need to do it all again, starting from the ankles and finishing at the ears. Drink more milk since vitamin D3 helps absorb sodium and calcium within the digestive tract, which helps remove and balance one's sodium level within the blood.



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