Doctor insights on:
Eye Pain Without Vision Problwms
Could whiplash type dance injury to neck cause eye floaters 10 months later? Dilated eye exam determined no retinal tear, no problems but floaters.
Correcting distance vision w/contacts. Right eye vision better than left. Optometrist says prescription is right & no other eye problem. Any advice?
I have sudden floater in my right eye only, blurred sight extreme migraine eye pain white streaks when moving eye. What can cause this?
Recent oral extractions now facial nerve pain and blurry vision
No facial nerve pain prior to dental surgery ..nor blurry vision any ideas..?
Vague: Need much more information to determine if there is an association. Remember, extractions are surgery, and some post-procedure changes are to be anticipated. The extractions/symptoms may be chronologically similar but not physiologically related. See the Surgeon or Dentist who removed your teeth to begin an investigation. ...Read more
If wrong: Wrong rx can do that. Correrct rx should give no problems, unless there has been a big change and hard for you to get used to it. ...Read more
Orbital tumor or thyroid problem? My left eye is bulging 1mm. Eye aches, but no vision loss/double vision. I'm only 19 & I'm worried about a tumor?
Blurred vision w/prescription glasses on have astigmatism & 4 or more migraines/week w/extreme pressure sharp pain over right eye. What could it be?
A reason for exam: Eye prescriptions don't last forever and changes in your general health or prescribed medications - even birth control - can made adjustments necessary. See a good vision doctor and/or your GP for exam if new lenses don't remove the pain(s). Don't wait - this is not likely to just change back and there's no need to suffer. ...Read more
What is eye accommodative spasm? Had lasik for myopia. Can see small print, but distance vision goes blurry after computer. Any fix for this?
"Stiff Focusing": Accomodative inertia/spasm. As we get older, the flexible lens in our eye that is responsible for focusing at various distances becomes "stiff". Many patients as they reach age 40 will notice that it takes more effort to see at near. Some who can muster enough focusing power for near work will have trouble relaxing their focusing muscles to see at distance. Frequent breaks/ weak reading glasses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: There are many types of glaucoma, and yes potentially, if the pressure is very high, you could have pain (among other things, like nausea and vomiting). But there are many more non glaucoma diseases that could cause pain, whether its your right eye or the left eye, likr dry eyes... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Patching is not done for crossed eyes, per se. It's for treating a lazy eye and forcing you to use it by blocking the other eye. Once the eye strenghthens (ie, neural connections develop), the crossed eyes can improve since now the brain is getting input from both eyes. But no, patching should not be painful. ...Read more
I am experiencing eye pain (side: deep eye pain, right) (quality: deep eye pain) , change in vision, vision loss (quality: peripheral vision loss)...
This sounds like a: medical emergency. You need to be seen and evaluated as quickly as possible. Call your eye doctor or go to an emergency facility as soon as possible. ...Read more
Yes: It is not uncommon to have sinus pain from sinus disease or sinus congestion. However, it is persistent or if there is fever and neurological symptoms such as headaches or visual problems it should be checked out. You want to make certain that there is not the development of a sinus abscess or worse a brain abscess. You should have this evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
If they're too tight: If your eye shades are putting pressure on your eyes because they are too tight, an aching pain could result. If your eyes are partially open behind the shades and the shades touch your corneas or bend your eyelashes into your eyes this could result in sharp pain. You should stop wearing them if they induce pain. ...Read more
Intermittent colored spots in vision. Normal retina and optic nurse per ophthalmology exam. No headache. Cause?
Floaters, migraines: Read more causes at: http://www.allaboutvision.com/conditions/spotsfloats.htmGet a more detailed answer ›
Maybe: If your blurry vision is due to a medical problem like cataract or dry eye, and you fix the problem, then your vision may return to perfect 6/6 (20/20 in the US). If you need glasses, then only glasses, contact lenses, or refractive surgery will return you to 6/6 distance vision. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Causes of eye pain and blurred vision
- Eye pain and blurred vision in one eye
- Blurred vision and pain in one eye
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Eye pain without redness or itching
- Is it worth a trip to the doctor for blurry vision and eye pain?
- How to get a black eye without pain?
- Eye vision
- Talk to a ophthalmologist online for free