This question was answered on Sun 18, Apr 2010 10:06am by Dr.Ravindra Rajput

The side of my face swells every time i eat food.

    
Asked by sfwood (Male; 57 ) on Sat 17, Apr 2010 02:19am

The side of my face swells every time i eat food.

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Answer by Dr.Ravindra Rajput  on Sun 18, Apr 2010 10:06am:

Hi, your face swells when you eat food which clearly indicates you are having allergy with certain food you eat. Facial swelling is quite common when experiencing an allergic reaction. When you go to the allergist and find out what you're allergic to, avoiding it and taking proper medications will minimize the swelling. Allergy may attack severely if allergen taken in large amount. You may have to take steroids and anti histaminic against prescription. I suggest you to consult physician and find the allergen as early as possible. Take care and regards.

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Comment by adam thorp on Wed 07, Mar 2012 10:04am:
Mine is not allergic reaction it happens no matter what i eat and i took bendryl like pharmiscist said did not help at all.The swollen area is tender to the touch no matter if im eating or not but it ballons if i eat anything:apple icecream cheese burger ff pizza anything

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