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Bleary Eyes Tired
Yes.: That is certainly possible, particularly in adolescent women. ...Read more
Yes: Could also be allergies, irritation for any number of reasons, infection, and a host of other issues. If you get a good nights rest and symptoms still present please see your doctor. Sorry this was not more helpful. Best of luck. Dr. R ...Read more
Yes: Could be any of these or many other things. Need more information to help answeer your question ...Read more
Blepharospasm: Involuntary twitching of eyelid. Mostly a bening condition, but it could be annoying. Many times triggered by fatigue, stress, reading a lot/computers. Selft-limiting, goes away by itself. Sometime is socially embarrasing (like inspector clouseau in pink panther), or painful. Botox is sometimes used to alliviate the pain or social stigma. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Been feeling eye tiredness, and using glasses for that same issue, still passing much hours on the PC and now feeling pressure on my head, from eyes?
Probably dry eyes.: In my experience, most people who describe "tired eyes" really are complaining about dry eyes. Sitting in front of a computer for extended periods of time is probably the most common cause of dry eye symptoms. We all have a tendency to stare at the computer screen and that's what causes the problem. You can use artificial tears as often as you like when you're sitting in front of the computer and. ...Read more
Causes of onset over past yr of funny intoxicated feeling in head, eyes reading even causes nausea also extreme tiredness when happens just fall aslee?
Check blood sugar:
This may be caused by many things, however I would check to see if your blood sugar is fluctuating. This may be a sign that your blood sugar is dropping at times during the day.
Follow with your primary care to have an evaluation as the symptoms are too vague without further testing. ...Read more
Time for eye exam: Tired eyes are often a sign of either dry eyes or eye strain. Both can be related to long hours spent on a repetitive near task (like being on the computer for hours) and can also be caused by a need fro prescription glasses. Occasional blurred vision can be related to dry eyes or prescription changes also. You would be well off having an eye exam to be sure. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Sudden shooting pain through top of head, followed by tiredness, dry eyes, stiff neck and a feeling of being out of it. So fast almost unnoticeable.?
Headache: Headaches come in numerous styles and durations. Probably a benign phenomenon if it is very fleeting and solitary. ...Read more
Female 42, numbness going up righr compression across chest, tiredness, puffy eyes/eyelids. Has happened 3 times in : weeks. Doctor said is nothing?
Thyroid: All these symptoms can be related to low thyroid. ...Read more
Extreme tiredness extreme weakness always feeling hungry can't keep my eyes open confusion dizziness and extreme sleepiness?
I feel burning eyes, sometimes it goes dull & lil red, and I feel tiredness with leg pain...feeling weakness & sleepy most of the time.
Check your blood.:
Although your symptoms don't point to anything specific, and that can happen with many conditions, still you need to make sure that you are not diabetic and you thyroid glans is working fine.
You also need to make sure your Hemoglobin is normal as well as your Vitamin B12 levels.
You also need to eat right and do regular exercise.
Good luck. ...Read more
I have had headaches, nausea, tiredness, blood suar around 50, and then high in 200, dizzy, blurry eyes and some times can't spit my words out.?
My wife (30) has a high wbc, bloodshot eyes for 4 months, no period for 3 months, and tiredness. Going to a hematologist soon. Any ideas?
Sorry, but I can't answer this until your wife's hematologist attends to her.
If possible please go with her.
Please let me know how things develop. ...Read more
Sudden mild headache back of head, instantly over but brain fog, dry eyes and tiredness remain for rest of the day. Ideas?
I have pale eyes...not so yellow...I visited my doctor. He said no chances of jaundice there...but I have tiredness, paleness and dryness in my eyes.
After experiencing a lot of trauma I have the following symptoms; what could be the cause? Insomnia, tiredness, eyes go black when I stand up, palpitations, poor memory/ brain fog?
My symptoms: headach, cramps, nausea, tiredness, red eyes, sweaty chills, and gas /: what can this be?
I can't diagnose: Your symptoms. But they may represent a viral infection. You can take ginger for the nausea (ginger ale, ginger tea or crystallized ginger). Rest. Hydrate well. Tylenol (acetaminophen) may help with discomfort. Please see physician for temp of 104 or greater or severe abdominal pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What tests should I have for suspected thyroid related constant midsternum pains, itchy skin, tiredness dark circles under eyes, hairloss (fine hair)?
SEE YOUR PCP WHO WILL PROBABLY ORDER SEVERAL APPROPRIATE LAB TESTS.
BEST LUCK ...Read more