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Does eye strain cause temple pain?

Does eye strain cause temple pain?

Take your pick!: Brain tumor, sinusitis, multi-infarct dementia, transient ischemic attack, temporal arteritis, subarachnoid hemorrhage, lead poisoning, paresthesia, tmj, abcessed tooth or teeth, cracked tooth, eye strain, etc. In short, do not self diagnose, seek professional help as pain is usually a sign your body needs help. Most importantly, make sure the final diagnosis makes sense to you! ...Read more

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Dr. Rohit Keswani
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Muscle Strain (Definition)

Muscle strain, also called a pulled muscle, is a condition where a muscle or its tendon is overstretched and torn leading to pain, decreased range ...Read more


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I think I have bad eye strain, but I also have temple pain. Are these related?

I think I have bad eye strain, but I also have temple pain. Are these related?

They can be: Eye strain usually occurs when you either stay focused at the same postition for prolonged periods or attempt to focus without glasses when you should be wearing them. Temple pain is not typically associated with this, but can be related to tension headaches. There are other conditions that cause temple pain and poor vision; see an eye doctor if the pain persists, or worsens or vision decreases. ...Read more

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Waiting to see a new dr. Can low b12 cause one eye and temple pain, tingling on face, and lightheadedness?

Waiting to see a new dr. Can low b12 cause one eye and temple pain, tingling on face, and lightheadedness?

VitB12 Neuropathy: Peripheral neuropathy associated with Vitamin B12 deficiency was first described in 1958. The distribution of the nerves involved in your symptoms corresponds to all three divisions of the Trigeminal 5th cranial nerve. These symptoms might also be caused by MS and also resemble auras described by patients with classic migraine headaches. I would scan your head! ...Read more

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Have left facial and temple pain and right vision loss in one eye opthamologist can find no cause she says my eye is healthy can you help?

Have left facial and temple pain and right vision loss in one eye opthamologist can find no cause she says my eye is healthy can you help?

Could be serious.: Was the vision loss sudden? If so, you should consider this an ophthalmological emergency. You could have a problem with the circulation to the eye (retinal artery), or optic nerve. Loss of vision should never be considered normal, unless it is simply a refractive problem requiring corrective lenses. I highly suggest you get another opinion from another opthamologist. ...Read more

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Strained muscle around eye. Can it cause a aching in temple and cheek and forehead or could sinus issue cause that?

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

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Can eye strain cause dizziness and light head all the time? How long can it last? Eyesight is 20/15, dr says no problems. Prescription for computer glasses.

Can eye strain cause dizziness and light head all the time? How long can it last? Eyesight is 20/15, dr says no problems. Prescription for computer glasses.

Dizziness and: Lightheaded feeling usually not from eyestrain. Due to the vague nature of symptoms many possibilities include low blood pressure, anemia, migraine, abnormal blood sugar. You will need to be seen to get worked up. ...Read more

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What could cause upper neck/back of head pain, facial pains that come and go, muscle spasms, eye strain, could my meds been doing it?

What could cause upper neck/back of head pain, facial pains that come and go, muscle spasms, eye strain, could my meds been doing it?

Nerve impingement: Is a very common problem, affecting about 10-12% percent of the adult population in the us. Nerve impingement can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed by a bulging disc or encroached upon by bony overgrowth. It can cause severe vision impairment and muscle spasms. Rec.: see an interventional pain management specialist for further investigation. ...Read more

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Have achy and tension type pain around my eyes and eyebrows along with both temples. Could it be to eye strain? Seems to get little worse with reading

Have achy and tension type pain around my eyes and eyebrows along with both temples. Could it be to eye strain? Seems to get little worse with reading

Eye exam: You may be staining to read and your secondary muscles around your eyes, particularly your corrugator ; orbicularis, are contracting which increases the tension around your eyes. Additionally, you need an eye exam to test your near and distance vision (refraction) ; eye muscle balance. All that might be necessary is a pair of glasses. ...Read more

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For the past year, I've been having pain on left side of my head. Recently, I've also been having left temple pain and behind left eye. Any thoughts?

For the past year, I've been having pain on left side of my head. Recently, I've also been having left temple pain and behind left eye. Any thoughts?

Headache; sinusitis: Head pain with pain behind the eye can be due to a few things. By far the most common is a change in the blood flow to that area in the form of a migraine or headache. Since sinuses surround the eye, it could also be sinusitis. Rarely a mass (benign/not cancer; malignant/cancer) can cause such symptoms. Your md will be able to examine for other signs and may suggest a scan if needed. ...Read more

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I have had severe head pain, 2 past strokes right side. Today severe left temple pain then sharp severe right eye pain. Concerns?

I have had severe head pain, 2 past strokes right side. Today severe left temple pain then sharp severe right eye pain. Concerns?

Stroke: In a relatively young person associated with eye pain obviates a work up for arteritis / vasculitis if not already done. Disease activity can be checked with a simple test like a C Reactive Protein or Erythrocyte sedimentation rate. Treatment might require steroids. CT angiography or MR angiography is often part of the work up. Use of hydrazine for BP control requires absolute compliance. ...Read more

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I keep having on and off pain behind, in front and above left ear. Left temple pain and left eye pain, occasionally. Only lasts a few seconds.

I keep having on and off pain behind, in front and above left ear. Left temple pain and left eye pain, occasionally. Only lasts a few seconds.

Couple of ideas: These could be ice pick headaches (are they sharp?), or they could be related to SUNCT syndrome, or they could be related to blood flow (does chewing make the temple feel worse?). So far, there is not enough information to decide, but these are some ideas. ...Read more

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Head and eye pain mainly on left side also in the back of my head, ringing in ears and temple pain, sometimes my heart races, I get so afraid?

Possibly Migraine: Unilateral episodic Headache with some systemic symptoms like what you described can be from Migraine type of headache. Although it is more common in Female, male tends to get what is called Cluster headache which come on suddenly and some times wakes one up from sleep. These are treatable conditions. Please consult your doctor to make sure nothing else is going on and proper Rx can be initiated ...Read more

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Have left and right temple pain. Sometimes cannot think clearly. Seem to have blurry vision. Just had eyes test for laser. Bifocals. Stress?

Have left and right temple pain. Sometimes cannot think clearly. Seem to have blurry vision. Just had eyes test for laser. Bifocals. Stress?

Headaches: If your eyes are normal, it is probably stress. Get plenty of rest and drink plenty of fluids, water preferable. Make sure you have work outs scheduled to reduce the stress. Good luck and feel better. ...Read more