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How Can You Tell The Difference Between Tired Eyes And Dry Eyes
Sometimes hard...: "tired" eyes can have a variety of differing sensations. Tired eyes most often come from problems with focus or eye alignment. What is confusing is some visual tasks such as reading make dry eye worse. The usual complaint with dry eyes is redness, foreign body sensation usually under the upper lids, intermittently blurred vision. Try tears and see what happens first. ...Read more
Sudden shooting pain through top of head, followed by tiredness, dry eyes, stiff neck and a feeling of being out of it. So fast almost unnoticeable.?
Headache: Headaches come in numerous styles and durations. Probably a benign phenomenon if it is very fleeting and solitary. ...Read more
Sudden mild headache back of head, instantly over but brain fog, dry eyes and tiredness remain for rest of the day. Ideas?
Viral: Most likely a viral infection.Get a more detailed answer ›
Have noticed some symptoms flare together - extreme fatigue, dry eyes, heart palpitations. Could this be an autoimmune problem or more likely anxiety?
I have dry eyes. I already have glasses and I took eye drops for 2 months. Do I just have to go to an actual eye doctor. Idk what to do im tired of it?
Dry eyes: Can have many causes. If OTC eye drops don't help in 2 days, let alone 2months, continued usage will not suddenly begin to help, and may actually do harm. See an Opthalmologist, a specialist eye physician, to discover cause, and to then prescribe the appropriate treatment. You need a comprehensive eye examination. Not a computer link. ...Read more
Muscle pain all over the body, but different place each time. Especially the feet. Dry eyes. Fatigue, low energy, easy cold, tired. Been for three months?
Be seen: You would certainly do we to be seen for am accurate diagnosis, which could potentially include a systemic infectios or metabolic process. ...Read more
Can seasonal pollen allergies make you tired and dry eyes? Should I try something else if Allegra not helping? Yellow nasal mucous since Thurs.
Yes.: Season allergies can affect your energy levels. There is good evidence that untreated allergies causes fatigue in the work place and school environment. Dry eyes is a little atypical but the itchy eyes could feel like dry eyes. Other good OTC antihistamine medications are Zyrtec and Claritin. Good OTC nasal sprays are Flonase and Nasacort (triamcinolone). Nasal irrigation is helpful too. ...Read more
Does Maxitrol (dexamethasone neomycin and polymyxin) cause dry eyes, and fatigue? Prescribed for blepharitis caused infection.
Not usually: Maxitrol (dexamethasone neomycin and polymyxin), (dexamethasone neomycin and polymyxin) in the normally prescribed pattern of dosage, can be an effective treatment for eye infection. It can assist with blepharitis but that requires hygiene of the lids more than an antibiotic. There is no chance that Maxitrol (dexamethasone neomycin and polymyxin) will cause eye dryness, unless you develop an allergy to it. Fatigue is almost certainly from another cause. ...Read more
My son has dry eyes dry mouth frequent urination fatigue sleeps 12 hrs a day has tourettes has daily headaches hunger bouts of anger?
See your doctor: You need to rule out sjogrens syndrome as one of multiple causes. ...Read more
Positive ANA 1:1280 vitamin d 8, C4 16.8 odd rashes and reactions, swollen fingers in am, dry eyes, headaches, tired all the time, night sweats?
Lupus: Your description is suspicious for lupus. Go see a rheumatologist. ...Read more
My dr won't diagnose me, but my joint pain/stiffness, fatigue, dry eyes/mouth, rashes, raynauds & rashes improve on plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine). What does that mean?
ANA/RF negative, dry eyes/mouth, dry peeling & vesicles on palms, widespread joint pain/crepitus, fatigue, cognitive probs, autonomic issues. Ideas?
See rheumatologist: It is time for you to consult a rheumatologist since there may be several issues involved. The first thing that came to my mind is that you may have Sjogren's syndrome which however does not cover all of the symptoms you have described. ...Read more
TSH 9.5/T4 1.0, migraines, itching, hair loss, fatigue, insomnia, painful dry eyes. Do I just have hypothyroidism? What other tests should my Dr. Do?
I have metallic taste in my mouth, dry eyes and pulsating vision, microscopic hemituria for 2 months in my urine and high protein in liver. No horomones issues, normal blood pressure, but extreme fatigue. I had cellulitis on scalp 4 months ago?
See your doctor: You need to be evaluated in person.....see your doctor ...Read more
Cough x 1yr., fatigue, joint pain, platelet 451, abs monocyte. 7, dry eyes, mouth sores, normal chest x-ray. Could this be sarcoid?
R flank pain, nausea, vomiting, itchy skin, decreased appetite and weight, no fever, dry eyes, fast <3 beat, fatigue, hurts while urinating. Help?
See answer: Most common "urological" cause of your symptoms would be either a urinary tract infection requiring appropriate antibiotic (s) or a kidney/ureteral stone. Urinalysis, urine culture, and possible CT scan imaging and blood tests indicated to help confirm the diagnosis or suggest another cause and guide treatment. Recommend you see an MD as soon as possible. ...Read more
Yes: Punctal plugs are an excellent option for the right patient. Not every "dry eye" is the same, but for those who have a low baseline tear film and an otherwise healthy ocular surface, punctal plugs are an excellent choice. ...Read more
Dry eyes can be from: Different conditions that are manageable, and can be easily treated locally. Whereas, Sjogren's is part of an autoimmune disease spectrum involving severe dryness of the eyes, and can involve joint disease, and dry mucous membranes as well and is system wide. Management is more complex. ...Read more
Depends: It all depends on why your eyes are dry. You can use OTC artificial tears for symptomatic relief. However, they do not treat the underlying cause. If you are not making enough tears, Restasis may increase tear production. If you have an unstable tear film, leading to rapid tear evaporation, omega 3's may help. There are many other causes of dry eyes and treatments. See your eye MD. ...Read more
Dry eye vs allergy: Dry eye typically feels scratchy, irritated, like something is in your eye, light sensitive. Allergies in the eye typically causes itchiness in the eye. ...Read more
Could you tell me what's the cause of dry eyes and chronic pain in eyes but no tears when I want to cry?
Many things: A number of conditions can cause dry eyes many of which are considered "autoimmune diseases". This may include lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, etc. Sjögren's syndrome is a condition causing dry eyes, reduction in saliva, etc. And is found often with the conditions mentioned above. One easy way to treat the dry eyes is with artifical tears (over the counter). Check with your physician. ...Read more
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