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Pulsating Vein Under Eye
My son has a pulsating vein under his eye and it seems to be very frequent. Is this something he should worry about? What is it?
There are normal: Blood vessls found under the eye, but if he has discomfort I would see ophthalmologist. I have a similar vein and it pulses when I exercise profusely. Nothing to worry about, some lasers can treat them ...Read more
I have been feeling the pulsating vein since last two days on left side b/w eye and eyebrow. Is there anything serious?
Muscle twitching: Veins are usually not pulsatile. What you are feeling might be muscle twitches. If there is no associated swelling or any change in normal appearance, it is most probably benign, nothing need to worry about, if persist or spreads to other parts of the body have it examined by a physician. ...Read more
Muscle fiber twitch?: Random twitching near an eyelid, which happens in normal people, is called myokymia (involuntary, spontaneous, quivering of a few muscle cell bundles within a muscle). Myokymia starts and stops spontaneously. In the eyelids, it can last a few minutes to a few days. One should see an ophthalmologist (MD eye doctor) if such symptoms persist, keep recurring, or are combined with any other symptoms. ...Read more
Vein pulsating in between my nose and my eye what are some test I should ask for, thank you in advance for your time cc?
Needs to see someone: This could be a serious issue. There is a rare disorder called carotid-cavernous fistula. You need to have a mra and other tests to make the diagnoses. So please don't ignore it and have someone see you. You can start with an ophthalmologist or and ent. ...Read more
A vein up on the left side of my nose by my eye socket has started to pulsate quite noticeably lately it has never before, is this normal?
I am 21, I am having a buldging pulsating vein on my left temple with headache and eye pain. I use computers alot. I had severe headache last night.
Arteries pulsate.: Arteries pulsate and veins do not. However, if a vein is close to the artery, the pulse of the artery will be transmitted to the vein so the vein will look as if it is pulsating. Certainly eye strain can occur when using a computer leading to headaches. I cannot say if the arterial pulsation has anything to do with the headache. If your symptoms persist then follow up with your medical doctor. ...Read more
Veins Beneath Eyes: That depends. When they are spider veins, treatment that involve heat (such as laser or ohmic thermolysis) can be effective. When they are larger veins that are bigger than spider veins, then the treatment can be very difficult. In that situation, laser would end up burning the skin and not be effective. Sometimes mico-phlebectomy surgery can be done to remove them with a formal operation. ...Read more
Veins pulsating on head serverly, with pain and slurred speech. I do have chronic sinusitis, so can that be a contributing factor to this.?
I had a bad cough for 3 months and ever sense it ended I've had a strong pulsating sensation in my head what could it be? Like my veins are pulsing!
I have black under eye dark circles since the age of 5, on close inspection I can see little green veins under my eyes. Is there a permanent fix (19 yrs)?
Maybe: Some people have had fat filler put under their eyes to help the dar circles. Everything else is only temporary. ...Read more
Periorbital aging: It is important to be evaluated by a board certified plastic, facial plastic, or occuloplastic surgeon to be able to tell you exactly what is going on and if there is a treatment available. Most changes around the eyes are part of the aging process and there are options to address them. Some are surgical others are less invasive. ...Read more
Recently veins on my head have been pulsating serverly, with pain. I do have chronic sinusitis, so can that be a contributing factor to the pulsation?
Multiple options: I don't think that there is a single best way but there are mutiple options including sclerotherapy, ipl, laser, veinwave, veingogh and micro needle radio frequency. The size of the veins and the training and experience of the treating physician usually influence what treatment is recommended. My usual treatment is sclerotherapy or laser for very small veins. You should see a vein specialist. ...Read more
I have been having a pulsating vein in the left side of my neck for 3 days, some neck, head and ear pain. Should I be concerned?
Pulsations: It is not normal to have a pulsating vein in the neck. Please be checked for hpn, etc. ...Read more
Http://imageshack. Com/a/img560/3395/gx8f.Jpg I need to find a way to get rid of these under eye veins and redness. I am only 18 and its not right.
Art tears, sleep: Your linked image doesn't show enough detail to see any blood vessels in the eye or red eye. The most common causes in your age group are dry eye and mild radiation burns from too much computer use. Artificial tears, sleep, and a radiation reducing screen over your monitor should solve your problem. Allergy is a possibility, but you would probably have itchy eyes. ...Read more
Had sinusitis, think cleared. Something is hard to the touch left of nose under eye circle, feels like superficial vein. Hurts to touch. What is it?
Dacryocystitis: If you have a painful swelling of the lower lid area near the nose side of the lid, you may have an infection of the tear drainage system. See an ophthalmologist for definitive diagnosis. ...Read more
Veins don't: Pulsate- get examined.Get a more detailed answer ›
This is too complex: An issue from your description to be able to guess at a possible diagnosis. It would be best to see a health care professional for an evaluation and examination. There are just too many possibilities that can give you a pulsating vein and numbness in the left head. ...Read more
That is normal: If you have fair skin, it is completely normal to see veins under the skin surface. Light blue veins, in particular, are common and are called reticular veins. Veins you can feel or skin discoloration (darkening) around the veins are abnormal. Otherwise, no need to do anything. ...Read more
Icing: The purple discoloration most likely from allergy. Cold compressors and icing the area helps with allergy and provides vasoconstriction. Please treat your allergy, avoid high salt diet. Get plenty of sleep and vasoconstrictor agents like Preparation H may work. Please consult your eye doctor. ...Read more
Several Options: There are essentially 3 options to treat veins around the eyes (periorbital)-laser, sclerotherapy or microphlebectomy. Laser is a topical treatment that usually requires multiple applications. Sclereotherapy involves injecting a solution into the veins to dissolve them just as is done on leg veins. This is my procedure of choice. Microphlebectomy requires making small incisions to remove them. ...Read more
Is palomar laser skin rejuvenation an effective way to reduce dark circles caused by leaky under-eye veins? Can it cause damage to that area?
Dark circles: Lasers and chemical peels reduce dark circles of the lower eyelid by causing thermal injury to the skin, forcing the skin to heal tighter and with a lighter color. These treatments reduce fine lines. However, lasers are risky to use around the eye, although they can be used safely for the rest of the face. I use chemical peels to tighten the skin of the lower eyelid to avoid damage to the eye. ...Read more
I sleep enough, still have very dark circles under my eyes. Very thin skin under eyes. Even veins are visible. Reason? How to remove dark circles?
Thin skin: The skin under the eyes is among the thinnest on the body. If your vessels are very close to the surface of the skin, it could contribute to the dark colorization in that area. ...Read more
Normal variation: Mostly all of us can visualize superficial veins on our faces, forehead, eye region, around the eyes, in the areas where there is little fat. I hate that this is so cosmetically bothersome to you! I would say some careful makeup artistry, with a concealer, potentially in combination with a bb creme, or base can minimize this! ...Read more
Don't worry.: The appearance of veins above and below the eyes can be due to many things most commonly aging, stress, hereditary and sun exposure. I would initially try resting to see if it improves. If it continues to bother you, you may want to see someone experienced in the various local treatments of veins in this location. ...Read more
Hello, my veins around my whole head have been pulsating severely, to point where there is a feeling of temporary numbness, also my speech feels altered?
Pulsations: The veins don't pulsate perceptively but the temporal arteries do. I recommend that you have an examination by a physician, including the taking of your blood pressure and neurological assessment in view of complaints of numbness and altered speech. Go to the hospital emergency room for a prompt evaluation and testing. If the evaluation points to anxiety, stress management therapy would be helpfu ...Read more
I've had a strong, constant pulsing of the veins under my left eye for 2 days after I fell asleep in my contacts one night. Why? Should I worry?
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