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Visit ER or doctor: A person with air going into the skin after a nose bruising may have a cracked bone at the nose or sinuses. If he has trouble moving or closing an eye, if pain is significant, or there is watery liquid dripping from the nostril, he should see a doctor right away. Otherwise, a next-day visit with his primary or ENT doctor is needed. Meanwhile, he avoids blowing his nose. Antibiotics likely needed. ...Read more
Bottom eyelid swollen hurts to blink what could it be? I was wearing make up & was inside in the hot and went out to the fresh air could tht cause it
There is air in my upper left eyelid and its soar and red and im wondering how to get rid of it like if there is any home remedies that I can try?
Eyelid infection: You should have it checked by an Opthalmologist, sound like you have an infection and probably needs treatment. ...Read more
Should I be worried if it feels like there is a small air pocket between my lower eyelid and my eyeball?
I have what looks like an air bubble in my left eyelid it looks like it comes from the back of my eyeball what could it be?
Very dry eyes after lasik aggravated by salt in air in hawaii, extremely dry at night, eyelids get stuck dry to eyeball, pain, tears in morning.?
See your doctor: Those symptoms are not normal. Please see your eye doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
Glaucoma test: The "air puff" test is just a method to measure the pressure inside your eyeball. High pressures may require additional work up. Without medication or surgical intervention, you cannot lower you eye pressure to "pass" the test. ...Read more
Usually not: Unless the air is coming at a high pressure, blowing air into the eyes will not cause any significant harm except for a mild drying effect. Higher pressure situations may cause a corneal abrasion, which should be evaluated by an ophthalmologist. Low pressure air may cause a dry sensation or a temporary sensation that something is in the eye. ...Read more
I never worked in air conditioning room. Now I have to be. My body temperature suddenly increasing. Eye swelled three times in this week help me.
Sounds like classic: Cold uritcaria. This occurs when a person can be considered "allergic" to cold temperatures, manifesting itself in various ways, skin swelling being one of the major reactions such as your eyes. You may consider a Cold Stimulation Test from an Allergy specialist. You may also consider taking an antihistamine like loratadine or cetirizine, or even ranitidine before your shift starts to see if it helps ...Read more
Depends: Depends on the distance from the eye, the pressure in the can and any contaminants in the can. If very powerful, fully loaded and close up, one might do siginficant damage. A single casual blast of canned air perhaps might do no harm and be of no consequence. I would caution to avoid this activity or risk. ...Read more
I feel like there's a air bubble in my eye, every single day when I blink it makes a click noise and goes away but then comes back what is it??
Inside or outside ey: The symptoms may be a problem on the outside of the Eye rather the inside of the eye. It may be tendons on the muscles the turn the eye from side to side. I can't say for sure but this can be evaluated by your ophthalmologist as a start. ...Read more
Air bubble: This bubble is probably a conj cyst...A benign swelling on the surface of the eye due to irritation, such as dryness, allergy, or a contact lens....Try systabe drops 3 times per day...If not better in aday or two, call your local eye doctor. ...Read more
Ocular allergies: Without any description of what eye problems you are having unable to answer except that the eyes can certainly be affected by air borne allergens. ...Read more
I can suck air through a hole in my gum is this normal? The hole is not visible by the naked eye it does not hurt and sound as if someone is whistling
I don't have hot compress or extra towels so I used a hair dryer on medium to blow hot air on my eye, while closed of course, cause it's developing a stye. Safe to use dryer? Seemed to help a lot.
I like to blow air through my eyes if I plug my nose and blow really hard, I can get air to come out of the corner of my eye. It doesn't happen all of the time - only when I really concentrate and push extra hard. Anway, recently after doing this for so
While: While your friends may find this entertaining, there are some disadvantages to what you are doing. You may inadvertently plug the tear-drainage duct with mucus, which would cause your eye to water chronically. In addition, the high pressure you describe may damage delicate nasal tissues and lead to infection. If your pain persists, you should see your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
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The short answer is yes in most cases. ...Read more
Yes: Artificial tears are a good source to utilize for helping the ocular surface. Basically a dilutional effect with the added tears will aide the debris elimination of your tear-blink mechanism. I also recommend protective eyeglasses and decreasing exposure to the smoke as much as possible. ...Read more
The last 3days I noticed that when I blow my nose I can feel air or something coming from the corner of my left eye?
Nose blowing: Hello, after a sneeze or nose blow, the air typically travels thru your nose and out. If you contain your sneeze within you nose or blow forcefully, the air will find another route out. A less traveled path would be through your lacrimal duct in a antegrade or backward path towards the corner of your eye. ...Read more
@ 1yr oldsurgery 2open tear ducts I now can hold my nose &blow air comes out eye 1 eye wateron/off & air cant go thru that side eye look nrml scared?
Blocked tear duct: Unless your eye is watery all the time nothing to worry about ...Read more
Normal: I get it, too. Just some trapped air. ...Read more
Optometrist uses puff air to measure eye pressure and opthomologist says that is not an accurate test. Is that right?
Ocular Pressure: The puff of air that optometrist use measures the response of the eye to the puff of air, the doctor can make a rough estimate of the intraocular pressure. The one an ophthalmologist measures is more accurate because he touches the eye directly, that way obtaining a better/acurate measurement. ...Read more
I am having very thick glue like mucus hard to blow out and then when I blow my nose air and mucus comes out my right eye?
Irrigate: Nose and sinuses with saline solution you can get preparations at the pharmacy ...Read more
I had 23hrs long air travel. It was my first air travel. I had ache on upper side of left eye. My coughs have dry blood in it. Should I be worried?
Don't worry: Your symptoms are most likely due to the changes in air pressure while you were flying. You may also be dehydrated which very commonly occurs with long flights. Drink lots of fluids (no caffeine or alcohol) and rest. Take Tylenol (acetaminophen) as needed for discomfort. If your symptoms have not improved in 2-3 days, see a doctor. ...Read more
When I breath the air going through my right nostril give me slight pain in the right side of my head. I also feel some pressure inside my righ eye.
Sinuses: I am dealing with the same thing as we text. It is due to the sinuses. A decongestant may help. ...Read more