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Is It Normal To See Stars And Flashing From Eye Strain
No: Stars and flashing lights not related to trauma or rubbing the eyes could be a problem either within the retina or the brain. Thus, should have an eye exam to rule out a retinal issue, especially with the combinations of flashing lights, new floaters, and a shade/curtain over your vision. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Teen& having white flashes blocking vision for short time ,when i was 5-7 same would happen but for 8-15 mins my eyes look normal though strained?
Eyes check ASAP: About 7 out of 10 people experience floaters at some point during their lives. Sometimes flashes of light, or flashes, are experienced with floaters. Floaters and flashes are very common and are usually not a sign of a dangerous medical condition. However, if both floaters and flashes begin suddenly, it may indicate a more serious eye problem, such as a retinal tear or retinal detachment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How close does lightning have to strike to cause a corneal flash burn? How can one tell a flash burn from eye strain?
Yes: Age-related refractive error changes are usually inevitable. As we get older the lens in our eye changes and its ability to bend light changes thus affecting refractive error. As we get older we also lose her ability to focus up close, a condition called as presbyopia. A few unlucky patients who are very nearsighted may also have progression of their myopia as they age. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If i strain to look out of the corner of my eyes, I have instances where my peripheral vision seems brighter(like looking at a bright bulb).Normal?
Possibly: Auras are usually flashing lights or lightning patterns seen either alone or as a precursor to a migraine. If alone, they are often called ocular migraines, and tend to resolve within an hour. Migraines can be triggered by may different stressors, so straining your eyes could do it. If you experience new auras, or visul symptoms that do not disappear, please see your eye doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Yes. You are experiencing ciliary spasm. The normal ocular response to light is pupillary constriction, in order to limit the amount and intensity of light entering the eye, so as to protect the internal structures of the eye from the toxic effects of ultraviolet wavelengths which damage cells and dna. In normal ambient room light, the pupillary constriction is a gentle reaction. If you suddenly go out into broad daylight, you may feel that sensation of glare and immediately squint your eyes in order that your eyelids may help limit light entry. If you look directly at a bright light source such as the sun, your pupils will quickly and suddenly constrict, less gently than in room light. The force of this constriction strains the internal ocular muscles, the ciliary body which are responsible for constricting the pupil. This sudden effort causes spasm and strain which may also cause photophobia and headache. This is all a normal part of your body’s involuntary attempts to protect you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When i look around normally without straining my eyes i often feel sick even if what I am looking at is still i will still feel sick also headaches.
My eyes feel weird. Like I feel like I can't see right. It started then i started having anxiety is this related? I was playing s video game and then next thing you know my eyes feel heavy and wierd. Wasn't straining my eyes cause the TV is huge
Hey my neck hurts along with my head and all of my muscles are aching. my eyes are straining me and it is difficult to see the light help?
Multiple symptoms: You do have multiple symptoms, they are connected or differ problems needs detailed history. ...Read more
I have a pain in the back of my eye. I think it is eye strain. I've been to the doctor twice with no improvement. It's been two months. Is this normal?
I have had occasional moderate eye pain for the last week behind my right eye when i move it. Muscle strain? See opthamilogist?
I see double vision 24/7. I'm 20. And i did get prism eye glasses but they give me eye strain and headaches. Will I have this forever now? I'm worried
Adjustment: It may be that you haven't fully adapted to the prismatic correction in your glasses, or adjustment may be necessary. Call your eye doc to have a checkup. You may need more or less prism power. Double vision can be very frustrating and adjustments are often needed early in in the treatment. Hopefully your symptoms will resolve quickly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When I wake up in the morning, my eyelids strain to open. Once opened, I am fine all day. What could this be? Would I see an eye doctor or medical dr?
Constant eye strain? Eyes checked was normal! moove my eyes can hear muscles crunching also neck is really tight . Burning eye.Dull ache , face aches
Uncompensated labyrinthitis, I have pressure and slight dizziness in my head. Kind of weird vision like my eyes are strained, normal symptoms?
Not unusual: With labyrinthine disorders it is not unusual to also experience some visual symptoms as well as vertigo. If you have further concerns consult a neurologist or an otolaryngologist who specializes in positional vertigo for full evaluation and treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pain in head when bending over/straining. Normal CT scan and otherwise healthy. What could this be?
Hi, I got a grade 2 muscle strain in long head of tricep, I've numbness along most of this muscle, is that normal?
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