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Pain Around Left Eye Socket
Pressure in left side of head last few days, also feel pressure on teeth in upper left jaw and some pain around left eye socket. A few dizzy spells too?
Pain and dizzyness: Could be dental (infection, TMJ dysfunction), or medical issues (ear infection, sinus infection, tumor, etc). There is no way to make a diagnosis without a clinical examination. Make an appointment to see your physician. If there are no medical issues, visit your dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been getting a constant pain around my left eye, socket and above the eyebrow. What can this be? Should I see an optometrist or a neurologist?
Neurologist: Or a pain managemt doctor is more related to that kind and area of pain.. ...Read more
Left Eye socket pressure. Also feels like there is something inside my left eye when I roll my eyes. Itchy eyes past few days. What could it be?
Unexplained bruising left eye socket - just noticed this, it's on inner side of eye, I haven't hurt it at all?
Ophthomologist: There are some benign causes for your symptoms, but there are also some concerning causes. The more acute this is, the more it needs to be evaluated. Ed if visual disturbance and or pain with light and/or high fever are more concerning. Ed or ophthamologist are appropriate. ...Read more
I have a very sharp pain in my left eye socket, but only when I shake my head or move it fast. Should I see a doctor? What could cause that?
Pressure on left eye near eye socket without visible swelling although it does feel like it. Feeling lightheaded a day after occurrence? Go to a doc?
Will not hurt: Unclear what is going on. Best to be checked. ...Read more
II have pain in my left eye socket. The eyeball itself doesn't hurt no extra tears or mucus. What could it bee and should I see eye doctor or medical?
Sinus infection?: A medical doctor would be fine.Get a more detailed answer ›
Small, bite like bumps, in clusters on top of head, left side of head and now spread to top left of forehead. Tender to the touch with bruise-like bump behind left ear. Pain moving into left eye socket. Started 6 days ago. No pain or fever or headaches.
See a doctor: Se a doctor soon and get checked. ...Read more
What to do if I have a headache on the left side around my eye socket and I wanted to know what causes it?
Anything: Headaches can come from fatigue, sleeping too much or too little, eye strain, sleep apnea, snoring, being dehydrated, having chronic sinusitis or allergies, too much caffeine or over the counter headache medication, high blood pressure or something more serious like a tumor. See your doctor and get checked. ...Read more
I occasionally get headaches a few times a month, it's almost always on the left side especially around the front and eye socket area. Causes?
Consultation advised: Tension headaches and migraine are the most common, BUT not the only, causes for headache (HA). How long do the HA's last? When did they first start? Are you having any migraine symptoms with them? The following websites discuss the types of HA's. After reviewing consult your physician if concerned or have an online consultation here at Health Tap. Http://bit. Ly/1sAz8on http://bit. Ly/1IEJpp4 ...Read more
I get a headache that is generally on my left side of my head and face mostly around my nose and eye socket area is this my sinus? How do I stop it?
Headaches: Could be sinusitis, trigeminal neuralgia, migraine or cluster headaches. Less likely to be other serious conditions although proper diagnostic testing may be required. Check with your physician for accurate diagnosis and treatment as treatment will vary with diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My left upper cheek around my eye socket is numb. It so happens that I'm hung over from last night and I only slept 4 hours. I pass the stroke tests.
Hi, I been having pressure behind my left eye till my eye feels stuff and dry but feels better when I stretch eyelid and roll my eye around in socket?
Ocular dryness: It sounds as if you may have ocular surface dryness with a scratchy, foreign sensation that is alleviated with rolling your eye around under closed eyelids. Pulling eyelid away may help with decreasing the foreign body sensation. Trial copious artificial tears for several days to see if your symptoms disappear. If not, an exam is useful to rule out other causes of surface irritations. ...Read more