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Doctor insights on: Left Eye Jumping Sign Of Pregnancy

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Dr. Tanya Russo
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If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more


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I have been having eye jumping in my left eye. I feel like my eyeball jumps. I also have MS and optic nuertis. ?

Most likely stress!: Most likely stress related. Does not sound like symptoms related to your or any medical condition. Except possilby a response to dry eyes. Try artificial tears. If no improvement seek medical examination. ...Read more

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I have cervicsl myelopathy and my hand stays numb but layely my left eye and lip have began jumping and my left eye droops a little..

I have cervicsl myelopathy and my hand stays numb but layely my left eye and lip have began jumping and my left eye droops a little..

Where is compression: Cervical Myelopathy often comes from cervical spinal cord compression and gives you numb hands among many other things. Eye and lip muscles are innervated by the 7th or Facial nerve. The nerve is located in the brainstem far above the cervical spine. However, if the compression is large enough and long enough this is possible. What is the reason for your myelopathy? ...Read more

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My left eye got randomly blur and for a hour now, what is this a sign of?

My left eye got randomly blur and for a hour now, what is this a sign of?

See your doctor: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more

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What to do at the very first signs of sinusitis? I'm feeling pain over and under my left eye and from personal experience i think it's sinusitis...

What to do at the very first signs of sinusitis? I'm feeling pain over and under my left eye and from personal experience i think it's sinusitis...

Drainage: Antibiotics are no longer recommended for most cases of sinusitis, which is usually caused by viruses. To try to get your sinuses to drain using decongestants. Nasal steroid sprays (by prescription) can also help, especially if you have allergies. See your doctor if the facial pain persists, you develop high fever, or if the symptoms last longer than 7-10 days. ...Read more

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With new prescription glasses, my left eye sees clearly if right is covered, but right eye is blurry if left is covered. Sign of wrong rx?

Possibly: It is definitely possible the rx is incorrect. However, if the glasses are not lined up appropriately, it may seem like your prescription is off. I would take the glasses back where you had them made to ensure proper alignment and if that seems ok, recheck the prescription. ...Read more

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Open angle glaucoma in right eye with 50% nerve damage and moderate field loss. Left eye shows no signs of glaucoma. Will it ever?

Open angle glaucoma in right eye with 50% nerve damage and moderate field loss. Left eye shows no signs of glaucoma. Will it ever?

It's very possible: The number one risk for glaucoma is the same diagnosis in the fellow eye. You will need to have regular eye pressure tests along with field of vision and OCT tests at least every 6 months. If you are compliant with drops and or laser and keep appts you are unlikely to lose vision. ...Read more

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Weakness in left side of face and left hand I am 18 years old. I am pretty well fit. I am experiencing a weak feeling on the left side of face and left eye, occasionally with a minor numbness. (not enough to show any physical signs, such as sagging of the

Without : Without being able to examine you, it is hard for me to tell what your symptoms may be. It could be nothing, but it could also be something more serious such as multiple sclerosis. You should speak with your doctor about your symptoms and if they are unable to help you and your symptoms persist, you may want to see a specialist such as a neurologist. Good luck! ...Read more

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