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My eyes feel weak I have sharp pain in my head and around my eye, I also keep seeing big black dots and white dots and different things in vision?

My eyes feel weak I have sharp pain in my head and around my eye, I also keep seeing big black dots and white dots and different things in vision?

Please see : A healthcare provider for proper examination and diagnosis. At your age there are several things that come to mind. Retinal disease, brain tumor, anemia, and MS come to mind. As you can see, all of these are serious illnesses requiring prompt diagnosis. ...Read more

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My eyes feel weak and sometimes I get little pain in them. I also suffer with headaches and I have bad anxiety. I'm scared I'm going to loose sight?

My eyes feel weak and sometimes I get little pain in them. I also suffer with headaches and I have bad anxiety. I'm scared I'm going to loose sight?

Anxiety: I understand your distress. Feel the Blessings of 7 Million nerve cells in your Retina, due to which you are able to see in different light, see contrast, texture, colors; and see depth. See Ophthalmologist for status of your eyes and understanding of your headache. For “Bad Anxiety” See a Psychiatrist for Therapy for stresses of relationship with parents, siblings, girlfriend and separation ...Read more

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Think I'm getting migrane,taken imigran, but I'm getting pain in bridge of nose&behind my eyes&hot sweats.feel weak,could it be sinus,or migrane?

Think I'm getting migrane,taken imigran, but I'm getting pain in bridge of nose&behind my eyes&hot sweats.feel weak,could it be sinus,or migrane?

Headache: If you are prescribed Imigran, I assume you have been diagnosed with migraines. If these symptoms are different for you then I would agree that this is likely a sinus problem. If your symptoms persist get checked. ...Read more

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My eyes feel tight, tired, and weak and I keep blinking so, so much! What is the cause of this? and what do I have?I really can't take the blinking!!

My eyes feel tight, tired, and weak and I keep blinking so, so much! What is the cause of this? and what do I have?I really can't take the blinking!!

Tefractive errir: You may be blinking for a number of reasons. We need more history. It can be a number of reasons including tefractive error to dry eyes. It is best to get your eyes checked by an ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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Whenever i wake up or eat my stomach hurts bad and i get diarrhea all the time.i have lose much weight and dark spots appear in my eyes.i feel 2 weak.

Whenever i wake up or eat my stomach hurts bad and i get diarrhea all the time.i have lose much weight and dark spots appear in my eyes.i feel 2 weak.

Abdominal pain: I would strongly advise you to see your physician for evaluation. I would do some blood and stool tests to begin with, but possibly you would need a referral to see a gastroenterologist. If this problem is ongoing then you may need upper endoscopy and colonoscopy to look for the underlying cause. I would not delay. ...Read more

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My eyes go heavy they hurt to touch the top of my eyes both my shoulders hurt and then I feel weak and horrible ?

Consider thyroid: These could be early symptoms of thyroid ophthalmic changes. Have your general physician check your thyroid function. ...Read more

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Question about my eyes, i started to see blurry from one day to another? From one day to another i started seeing blurry and my eye sight has always been perfectly fine. My eyes kind of burn sometimes. Sometimes i feel really weak, i notice a lot more whe

Most : Most likely an eye issue. 2 things come to mind, could simply be dry eye syndrome, which can cause burning and fluctuating vision. There is an entity called 'pigment dispersion syndrome', which can cause blurred vision with exercise. In this case, the pigment on the iris (the colored part of the eye) can shake loose. This usually does not cause burning. There are health issues that can cause weakness and blurred vision, especially with exercise, so you probably should see both your primary care doctor, and have them refer you to an eye doctor for complete evaluation. ...Read more

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