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Side Effects Of Creatine Burning Eyes
Is there any medication that can help with the side effects of inhaling perfume (in the work place)? I end up with burning eyes, tongue and throat.
I've been having burning eyes where I have to keep closing and opening my eyes with frontal and side headache. What could this be?
Surface irritation: It's possible that your eyes are dry and the constant blinking and evening facial muscle engagement may be contributing to you headaches (a muscle-tension variety). As a trial, use artificial tears like Refresh™ Optive 4-6 times/day or more often to see if improvement occurs. Also buy some Ocusoft™ lid wipes and follow the directions. Keep your hydration up and avoid facial cosmetics. ...Read more
Sinus problems: Most likely this is an infected or blocked sinus and it could also be the acute events around the start of a flu or cold. Check with your family doctor for persistent symptoms or any debility. ...Read more
Had throbbing on right side of head in back. With soreness in neck and shoulders. Pressure in head, right ear burning eyes throbbing. Feel congested?
I have burning in my forehead & sore burning eyes, also my nose is really sore in side with a horrible smell. Sore bloated & windy stomach too.
See below: Please start with your primary care doctor. Physical and/or mental health disease can cause all those symptoms! ...Read more
Allergies: Consider having your parents take you to a doctor to look at your eyes, check for infection. However if this has been going on for a long time ask your parents about over the counter allergy medicine. ...Read more
Many treatments: If ur burning eyes r truly from pollen allergies, there are different ways u can try to help ur symptoms. Wearing goggles when u work in the yard, using artificial tears, for starters. Antihistamine eye drops, and antihistamine pills can help. Then when it is bad, allergy shots. Ask your local allergist to help you. ...Read more
Lubricating drops: The eyes are very sensiive to bleach fumes and will water excessively when exposed which gets rid of most of the bleach. If you vision is clear, the eyes are not particularly red and there is no pain, you can just use over the counter lubricating eye drops to help flush out the rest. If there is any problem, see your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Depends on cause: The most common reason for burning eyes is eye dryness and there are lots of eyedrops in your pharmacy for this. Less common is allergy and you can find anti-allergy drops as well. If your vision is undisturbed and there is no pain, no light sensitivity and no discharge, then try one of these. If that does not work, consult with your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Eye pain: Burning eyes is a symptom that patients may use to describe their eye pain related to dry eye or blepharitis. Patients with eye injuries or following eye surgery may also report eye burning. The treatment depends on the cause of the symptom. ...Read more
Inflammation: Eyes get especially sensitive to light when they are inflamed on the surface or have inflammation inside (termed uveitis). If you have just had this start, especially if the vision is disturbed and/or the eyes are very red, you need to see an ophthalmologist right away to get a diagnosis and proper treatment. ...Read more
Prevention!: Now that the event has already occurred, the first thing to try is artificial teardrops to help with any dryness that has resulted. If this does not help, you should see an ophthalmologist to consider starting anti-inflammatory eyedrops. In all honesty, the best idea is to try to prevent this from occurring by wearing uv sunglasses next time! ...Read more
Gpc back in June, currently: burning eyes just in corners not skin part the actual eyeball. Help!
Many possibilities: Are you still wearing your contact lenses? If so you may want to decrease wearing time. Also, are your eyes dry? If so you may want to use artificial lubricants available over the counter. If these remedies to not work then you should see your local eyecare professional. ...Read more
Hi I am suffering with sneezing and cold, and overall burning eyes and discomfort. What medicine should I take?
Could be allergies!: This could be allergies or viral infection. In either case a cool compress over the eyes and cold artificial tears (place in refrigerator) could provide some soothing results. For your other symptoms, try tylenol (acetaminophen) cold and flu which has a mix of all the stuff you need! ...Read more
1.Exhaustion more than 1 month, burning eyes, 2.burning around midriff and back, swelling in face started 4 days ago.
Burning & Swelling: Indicate the need to see your doctor. May be an infection or a reaction to something you ingest. You need a diagnosis and treatment. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Sudden onset of burning eyes with no apparent cause (cooking oil, bleach, etc). Water flush brings only temporary relief. What could be causing this?
There are many conditions that can cause sudden onset of burning eyes.
Go to an Ophthalmologist or ER for examination. ...Read more
What can I do if my son has light sensitive, burning eyes and 103 temperature. What could be causing this?
Every night wake to wee about 4-5 am. Also have burning eyes and sneezing fits at these times. Male 47 years.?
NOCTURIA: The average # of times a person voids at night after 50 y/o is about 1.5. Men and women get up about the same # of times and women don't have a prostate. It sounds here like your allergic to something and are waking first w/ sxs of same and voiding simply because your up. Try changing you pillow or comforter/bedding. Try sleeping somewhere else to see if your sxs persist. ...Read more
Could use your help docs! Whenever I get tired I get burning eyes aswell and don't feel to good is this a symptom of rabies?
I have stinging burning eyes on and off for several days. It's painful to move them and is sore inside them? What could be wrong?
I suffer from burning eyes when I use the computer. Could my burning eyes have any connection with my bilateral maxillary sinusitis and ethmoidtis>?
No! But your eyes: Are getting dryer from decreased blink reflex as a result of computer work, and can lead to dry eyes! Your staring at the screen causes this. So take many breaks and use lubricating artificial tears without preservatives. The sinusitis is a separate issue that you should be in touch with your PCP about. ...Read more
Blepharitis: There are many causes of itchy burning eyes along with blurred vision, one of them having blepharitis (inflammation of eyelids). Inflammed eyelids can result in unhealthy corneal tear film which can cause uncomfortable feelings of itching, burning as well as blurred vision. You may need to be examined by an eye doctor who may use slit lamp to determine the exact cause and treat accordingly. ...Read more
Flu-like symptoms: The symptoms of rabies are similar to the flu, but may last longer. These include headache, fever, chills, fatigue. After a period of 2-10 days, confusion, agitation, anxiety, delirium, and hallucinations. Rabies is almost always fatal if not treated immediately. If there has been exposure to an animal that is possibly rabid, seek attention now, do not wait until tomorrow. ...Read more
Dry eyes: The white stuff is usually mucus that is not dissolved due to decrease water in tears. It could also be blepharitis. Must see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more