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Frequent Difficulty Closing Eyes
Possibly: Depending on eyes open or eyes closed, and depending on how much you swayed and how long it took you to sway, it is possible that you could have central vestibular problems, particularly involving the cerebellum. You must seen a neurologist for a thorough exam. ...Read more
I have a strong headache and my eyes feel like they're going crossed when my eyes are closed. What could be the problem?
Several things: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
I used to read with one of my eye closed. I'm having a problem nw that the chinese called it the "lazy eye" how am i suppose to do i'm 25years old.
Dryness: Most often, difficulty focusing from time to time is due to dryness, which causes changes in the smoothness of the front of the eye. On the other hand, if you are over 40, and the difficulty is with reading, then it is presbyopia, an aging change. Check out this webpage for more info http://www.2020vision.Com/monovision.Html. ...Read more
Is there any medical term to describe "difficulty in fantasizing things" means when we close eyes and reminds past memories.
Hope more reply too: There could be various reasons for such a difficulty, but in psychotherapy some might call it resistance or defensiveness. Some forms of brain damage could result in such a problem too. It's also possible that some may never develop the skill at all due to intellectual deficits or cultural values. Borderline trauma at Piaget's stage VI can do it. ...Read more
My eyes sometimes spasm and I have difficulty seeing writing on road signs sometimes - what does this mean?
I have difficulty stop blinking, in the morning it's ok my eyes don't hurt, then the blinking starts and by 6.30 pm I have a really bad headache?
Eye drops, Botox: One possibility is that you have dry eyes, which is more common in the winter with dry air, in which case eye drops will help. The second, more likely possibility is blepharospasm (look it up), which is treated with botox, usually by a neurologist. Botox will also help your headaches. ...Read more
Get Help: If you have not already done so, please seek out a good physical evaluation to check out your symptoms. ...Read more
Elderly pt w/dementia, has been sleeping a lot more lately and may have difficulty opening eyes. Reasons?
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