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Facial edema and

and facial edema

and facial edema

and facial edema

and facial edema

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  • When you take a shower or bath, use cool or warm water for at least 48 hours, since heat can increase the swelling in your face. Were you hit or injured anywhere on your face? Reduce your salt intake.
  • Some facial swelling, especially that caused by edema, can be treated by medications that help rid your body of excess fluids. Taking medication to remove excess fluid and reducing the amount of salt in your food often relieves edema. Rarely, facial swelling can be a sign of anaphylaxis, which is a medical emergency that requires immediate treatment. If you have any food sensitivities or allergies that could cause sinus problems, try to cut them out of your diet.

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