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What are the causes of pressure in the eye and burning?

What are the causes of pressure in the eye and burning?

Pressure: Eye pressure may be caused by glaucoma, migraine, thyroid eye disease, and sinus pressure. Burning may be caused by dry eye, eye drops, chemical injury, and blepharitis. Call your doctor is these problems persist. ...Read more

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Why would Ayurvedic medicines cause eye burning, loose motion and vomiting?

Why would Ayurvedic medicines cause eye burning, loose motion and vomiting?

Dangerous: Since there is no control over what is in ayurvedic medications, it is not unusual that they may cause unpleasant or even dangerous side-effects. One study of these medications showed toxic levels of heavy metals. Do yourself a favor and do not take these. Natural does not mean healthy. ...Read more

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Why is my eye burning? Using restasis even though don't have problem with dry eyes

Why is my eye burning? Using restasis even though don't have problem with dry eyes

Burning eye: Burning in the eye is a nonspecific complaint and can be due to many issues. I would try frequent artificial tears and warm compresses. If no improvement, see your eye doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more

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Got a hair-color solution with 4% peroxide in eye. Flushed w/ water for 10 mins. Eye burning slightly, more water irritates. What can I do at home?

Got a hair-color solution with 4% peroxide in eye. Flushed w/ water for 10 mins. Eye burning slightly, more water irritates. What can I do at home?

See an eye doctor: That amt of peroxide could have damaged the tissue in the eye. Please get to see an ophthalmologist asap. You did the right thing immediately but you need followup. ...Read more

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20 year old male sick to stomach eyes burning face feels tingly lot of pressure in head ?

20 year old male sick to stomach eyes burning face feels tingly lot of pressure in head ?

Scombroid poisoning: Second most common cause of seafood poisoning. It is caused by eating spoiled fish. The symptoms resemble an allergic reaction because of a histamine response. Treatment with antihistamines is often helpful. ...Read more

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When i have to stop montelukast to my daughter , she developed swelling of face and eye burning ?

When i have to stop montelukast to my daughter , she developed swelling of face and eye burning ?

Allergies: She must have allergies! Over a 30 day period montelukast (singulair) inhibits "leukotrienes" which are chemicals active in the allergic process. As you stop taking the meds, it sounds like her allergies flared. Now I wouldn't say going off the med for one day would be a reason for them to flare. But if you missed it for a week and her allergies flared, that would make sense. ...Read more

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My doc told me i have urithrietus , i am using medicing for lst 4 days, today i again feeling a little eye burning, consistently. using cefixime 400mg?

My doc told me i have urithrietus , i am using medicing for lst 4 days, today i again feeling a little eye burning, consistently. using cefixime 400mg?

Urethritis...: ...has 2 main causes, gonorrhea and nongonococcal urethritis (NGU), often due to chlamydia. Cefixime treats only gonorrhea, not NGU. Gonorrhea and chlamydia can infect the eye. Once in a while, NGU and conjunctivitis together is adenovirus -- i.e. a cold virus that involves the urethra. Speak w/ doctor or clinic about Rx for NGU and chlamydia (usually doxycycline or azithromycin). Good luck! ...Read more

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I have a clear bubble in my Rt eye, double vision in that eye, tearing and burning. I have high pressure in eye, no diagnosis or treatment?

I have a clear bubble in my Rt eye, double vision in that eye, tearing and burning. I have high pressure in eye, no diagnosis or treatment?

Need OPHTHO: As described, it appears you may have at the least Glaucoma in the one eye if the "pressures" are high enough. You definitely have some condition with all your symptoms. See an OPHTHALMOLOGIST to get properly diagnosed and treated. ...Read more