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44 Female. Causes of intermittent stabbing eyeball pain without any change in vision . Eyes not red, etc. Sometimes also burn. Dry eyes?

44 Female.  Causes of intermittent stabbing eyeball pain without any change in vision . Eyes not red, etc.  Sometimes also burn. Dry eyes?

Sounds like Dry eyes: Dry eyes are an often the culprit of many symptoms in the eye which can include burning, stinging, tearing, foreign body sensation, tiredness, heaviness, blurred vision and eye pain. You can have some or all of the symptoms or even none of the symptoms and have dry eye. I would suggest starting with using over-the-counter artificial tears and a warm compress on the eye to see if that helps. ...Read more

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Had migraines yrs now. Of late, the eyeball pain has increased, is this unusual? Haven' been able to get the fioricet (acetaminophen butalbital and caffeine) since my dr of 20 yrs, moved

Had migraines yrs now.  Of late, the eyeball pain has increased, is this unusual?  Haven' been able to get the fioricet (acetaminophen butalbital and caffeine) since my dr of 20 yrs,  moved

Headaches w/ eye sx: Although the headaches seem to be chronic & the eye pressure not new, the combinaiton of the two in a 60 year old is a flag for presence of a condition called tempal or giat cell arteritis which requires relatively urgent evaluaiton. An eye exam is also required to evaluate for glauacoma & other conditions. Fioricet (acetaminophen butalbital and caffeine) works in the short term, but not recommended for longterm migraine treatment. ...Read more

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I have what appears 2 be a blood blister on my rt eyeball. Pain is that of a bruise or severe eye strain. I've tried flushing often, warm compress...

I have what appears 2 be a blood blister on my rt eyeball. Pain is that of a bruise or severe eye strain. I've tried flushing often, warm compress...

Well: I hope that your BP is controlled. I am a surgeon yet i believe that a conjunctival blood vessel burst and that what you see. Usually is will get reabsorbed but yet would not be bad to see an eye physician as you have pain too. ...Read more

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Been having dizziness (not lightheaded), neck pain, eyeball pain, ear pressure all right side. Headache back of head, right side. What could it be?

Been having dizziness (not lightheaded), neck pain, eyeball pain, ear pressure all right side. Headache back of head, right side. What could it be?

Get checked: I would first assess your cranial joints (frontal sinus, TM joints, and occiput, as well as the associated muscles, and ears for presence of toxins, pathogens, allergens. Neck pain and back of head pain suggests infection at the occiput. Dizziness suggests issue with the ears ...Read more

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17wks preg. Severe migraine (18+hrs) with extreme pain in the eyeballs. Causes pain to close eyes, can't sleep. Suggestions for remedy/cause/meds?

17wks preg. Severe migraine (18+hrs) with extreme pain in the eyeballs. Causes pain to close eyes, can't sleep. Suggestions for remedy/cause/meds?

Headache in preg: Although headache in pregnancy is common, a bad headache is worrisome. Call your OB for advise or go the nearest emergency room. A CT scan of your brain would be needed to make sure there's nothing in your head that could be causing the headache. ...Read more

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I have a cold virus (cough and runny nose) as well as a headache. I took a nap but it only got worse, and when I move my eyeballs the pain increases.

I have a cold virus (cough and runny nose) as well as a headache. I took a nap but it only got worse, and when I move my eyeballs the pain increases.

Retro-orbital pain: Usually called retroorbital headache a common symptom of the flu. This gets better. Keep warm plenty of fluid s and rest. Use common analgesics that you are nor allergic to. see your doctor for evaluation in the morning for treatment as this will shorten the duration and severity of your symptoms. If worse go to your local ER. Feel better and stay home ...Read more

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I got a cut on my eyeball and it is paining a lot. what should i do??

I got  a cut on my eyeball and it is paining a lot. what should i do??

Corneal abrasion: You should see a physician as soon as possible. It is likely you have suffered a corneal abrasion. You may need antibiotic drops for this condition. You should look up a local ophthalmologist in your area or visit an urgent care center for closer observation and treatment. Good news is that eye injuries typically heal relatively fast. ...Read more

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