Taking Methylprednisolone For The Inflamation Around My Eyes

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Aleena Says:
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I went to the doctor after having a swollen eyelid cause by pollen when I went to cherryblossom. I have light inflamation aound my eyes and the doctor told me not to put make up around my eyes. I'm just wondering if I AM REALLY NOT allowed to put make up? the thing is I go to work and school and if I don't put atleast a bb cream around my eyes to cover up the light dark marks then people might keep asking me. It will bother me a lot if all day people would ask me about my eyes.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Aleena! How are you?

The doctor told you that to try to keep you from irritating them even more. They almost always will. Thus, while it would be best not to do so, it's really up to you, in the long run. For the best outcome, you should always follow your doctor's advice.

To be honest, I've had some serious contact dermatitis on my face, which looks really horrible, so what I did was only use makeup over it, when I left the house. I'd wash it off, when I was home alone, so it could get the necessary air to heal.

The FDA classifies Methylprednisolone as a steroid and lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, nervousness, fluid retention, acne and insomnia.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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