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Does Eye Strain Cause Temple Pain
It may: Tension headaches occur when we are stressed. Muscles involved in tension headaches are located on the forehead to the temples and all the way over the top of the head to the base of the skull. If you are truly straining to see, you can develop a tension headache. Pain in the temples, especially to touch, could be a sign of a serious condition, so see an eye doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many answers: Pain and swelling can result from tissue injury. Inflammation of the interior eye contetnts will cause pain to light exposure . Pain from a corneal abrasion in obvious. Sweiiling results from blood vessels becoming "leaky" allowing healing cells from the blood stream to get to the damaged tissue to promote healing. ...Read more
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
EYE STRAIN CAN CAUSE: Straining eyes can cause muscular fatigue.Get a more detailed answer ›
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
New or old?: Severe headaches such as migraine can cause vision changes/blurry vision. Muscle/tendon/cervical spine problems can cause neck pain which can trigger headaches/migraines. If this has been ongoing for long time, i suspect cervical disc/muscle problems to cause headaches etc..If this is sudden/new, carotid-disection (bleeding into wall of vessel) and cause your symptoms. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Unlikely: A disc herniation could cause sudden neck pain & pain may cause nausea & vomiting but not eye pain. A headache up back of head could be from the cervical muscles being stimulated to involuntary contract leading to muscular or tension like headache . I would also be concerned about vascular issue of one of blood vessels leading into the brain such as the carotid or vertebral arteries so see doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Strained muscle around eye. Can it cause a aching in temple and cheek and forehead or could sinus issue cause that?
Aching: This could be a neuralgia, an irritated/inflamed nerve, rather than a sinus infection as the latter would have to involve more than one paranasal sinus to cause discomfort in all these areas but it's still a possibility. You could consult an otolaryngologist if symptoms persist. ...Read more
Can tight shoulder/neck muscles cause headaches. Also headaches in forehead or that feel like sinus or eye strain? What about tmj, cause headaches?
Yes: Tension headaches usually affect the muscles in the neck and head. This can sometimes result in a pressure-type pain seemingly in the eye on the affected side. If you are having vision loss or eye redness with the pain, that could indicate something else. You should be seen by an ophthalmologist to be sure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Your : Your pain may be related to active sinus disease. In the case of acute sinusitis, you may have pain in the sinuses that surround the eye. This can cause pain and ache and is often related to viral or bacterial infection. Most often this will clear on its own, but many physicians will treat with antibiotics. I suppose pollen exposure could make symptoms worse if one has ongoing sinusitis and underlying allergies. If things do not improve soon, i would suggest evaluation by your medical doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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