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Is It Possible For Your Eyes To Fall Back Into Your Head
Not at all: The eyes sit in the eye socket (orbit), which has a cone shape formed by the skull bones. The tip of the cone points back toward the brain and has a hole that is much smaller than the eyeball. Also, the eye is tethered in place by muscles, so it cannot fall into the head. Trauma to the face can break the bones in the floor of the orbit and the eye can sink down a little, but it cannot fall back. ...Read more
Eveytime I fall asleep, I usually wake up 5 minutes later because I feel as I blackout and my eyes roll to the back of my head. My head now hurts.?
Sleep disorder: You may be experiencing episodic sleep apnea, but I would wonder if there is some seizure activity. Do believe you should see a sleep specialist and undergo an overnight sleep study. If indeed you have sleep apnea, and a clue might be snoring, you could benefit from a c-pap unit. Get all of this evaluated, you will be far more satisfied. ...Read more
Take flecainide. Woke up in middle of night and as trying to fall back asleep, felt really sick. Kept getting overwhelming feeling of dizziness/lightheadness even with eyes closed. Also feel a tiny bit lightheaded during day at times. Normal side effect?
See your doctor:
You are taking flecinide. You have a heart condition. Possibly atrial fibrillation or flutter etc. The medication has side effects but you may also be going back into the bad rhythm at night or throughout day. The dizziness etc.
See your doctor about having a monitor placed to tell what is going on when you feel bad. ...Read more
Before my period feel major neck back head pain, eyes hurt feel panicky. I can barely move my neck and I'm dizzy can't fall asleep feel electricity?
See ophthalmologist: You need to have a detailed ophthalmology exam. This may be due to other reasons. ...Read more
Odd spinning sensation in head mostly at night when I'm sitting or in bed sometimes. As if I'm going to fall back. Ent said all OK. Is this anxiety?
Can you see normally: Trauma to the head can cause some bleeding at the eye even if the eye is not actually hit. If you can see normally, the blood shot appearance can clear on it's own. ...Read more
62 years old. I am waking up many times at night and at least once a night I can't fall back to sleep for one or 2 hours after that. Skin crawling?
See a doctor: Your symptoms do not seem to be issues that should be ignored. I would see your dr. Asap for potential tests and history. ...Read more
How effective / successful are hair restoration procedures for men (planting hair in the scalp, etc.)? Won't the hair just fall back out later?
Lets say I start rogaine (minoxidil) and my hair comes back. If I stop it will it all fall back out? I heard that you can loose more hair than before.
Lets say I start rogaine (minoxidil) and my hair comes back. If I stop it will it all fall back out? I heard that you can loose more hair than before. True?
Fall onto hard kitchen floor over week ago on my left side caused black eye, have now increased pain under right rib wall, Radiating to middle back.
Get examined by Dr.!: You might even need an xray to make sure you haven't fractured a rib during your trauma. Plus, you need to be seen by the eye doctor to make sure you didn't cause injury to your eye, or have an eye fracture. This has to be seen in person. The rib connects from the spine (mid back?)to the sternum, depending on the Rib #. So get seen soon, and get relief! ...Read more
What would make your eyelashes fall out on one eye with no pain or sweeling? They jus fell out! . Will they grow back? I have had noo symptoms of any eye infection and jus don't know what to do..
I always wake up 2-4x at night. Xanax, toviaz, (fesoterodine) tea haven't helped me sleep thru. Stomach sleepr, mouth breather. Fall back to sleep quick. Sleep study?
Please elaborate?: Eyes should be in your head! When lying down the fat pads cushion the orbits so the eyes can do this easily. That's normal. Not sure under what condition you are referring to other than physiological normal state? ...Read more
It is normal: Eyes rolling up when you close or attempt to close your eyes is a rather normal phenomenon called "Bell's" phenomenon. Some people will have a stronger Bell's than others. ...Read more
See an ophthalmologist: That really makes little sense. When we close our eyes they roll upward which is a normal phenomena known as Bell's phenomena. However this would not occur while concentrating unless you were closing your eyes. This symptom complex does not fit any pattern so you may wish to get evaluated by your physician. ...Read more
What could it be when your walking in the store and your eyes try rolling to the back of your head?
Visual vertigo: If you are looking at articles in a row in a store, you may have visual vertigo which is a central (brain) issue. You may optiko-kinetic nystagmus which is similar and caused by looking at rows of articles in a store. You need to see an ENT doctor or a neurologist for a specific diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
I have a lot of pressure in the front and back of my head and behind my eyes what can this be due to?
Sinus or other: Headaches can have various causes. Pain behind the eyes associated with headaches are usually either atypical muscle tension or sinus headaches. They may also be caused by migraines. If there is decreased vision or pain on movement of the eyes, see an eye doctor immediately. ...Read more
I have pain on my back side of my head and feeling cold and also feeling cold on my eyes? What is it? : (
Head congestion: You may have acute sinusitis or rhinosinusitus, which means that there is fluid building up inside the sinus located on the facial bones, as well as nose. Its most often due to "allergic rhinitis" or a viral infection. Sometimes, it can be infected with bacteria and rarely with fungus. Please get ENT exam by your physician. You may need x-ray or a ct-scan if your doctor thinks appropriate. ...Read more
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