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Sore Eye And Double Vision
33 yr old F, left temporal severe pain, L eye pain, double vision, nausea, face pain, scalp tender to touch only direct pressure helps. thoughts?
Headache + eye pain: I am concerned with your symptoms of unilateral headache, visual changes, and scalp tenderness. At 33 y of age, not likely to be a vascular disease. Diagnoses to consider include orbital infection (cellulitis), optic neuritis (inflammation of the optic N.); disorders of the facial nerve (5th nerve, trigeminal neuralgia). Middle ear infection could also be considered. Migraines & headache dz's too. ...Read more
My right eye won't look up and is very sore. I can get it to focus if i try but it hurts. What should I do? I spent a long weekend that included sleep deprivation. I looked in the mirror a even through my double vision i can see that my left eye looks up
My eyes have been sore for 2 weeks now, thier red, having double vision, can't study properly, could it be linked to graves' disease?
Graves' disease: Yes, you can develop changes in the eye socket associated with graves' disease called graves orbitopathy. Enlargement of the eye muscles can lead to double vision and inflammation in the eye socket and around the eyes and protrusion of the eyeballs can lead to redness, ocular dryness and irritation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a slight cold feeling in my left eye and a slight sore eye..My vision is clear and have no blurred vision I do have an imbalance in left eye?
Sore eye: A sore eye is most commonly caused by dryness or irritation which are helped iwth the use of artificial tear drops. Because the surface of the eye is not smooth because of the dryness, this commonly causes a small change in the vision and account for the feeling of imbalance. Also possible is that one eye needs some glasses and the other does not. ...Read more
Fixing allignment: If the eyeballs are not aligned properly, double vision will occur. The alignment can be modified by shortening one or more of the muscles that pull the eye into position as it moves. If this is done before the brain decides to stop accepting input from the "lazy" eye, vision can be improved. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Monocular diplopia: can occur with pseudotumor. It is rare. Transmission of raised intracranial pressure forward through the CSF space surrounding the optic nerve can cause papilledema and this can sometimes cause a distortion in the shape of the retina that produces two images in part of the visual field from one eye. I saw my first case of this in 1989 as a neurology resident rotating through neuro-ophthalmology. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
High eye pressure, double vision, sensitivity to light, blurry. Going to get tested for glaucoma in a couple months.?Do you think I have it?
Examination is key: You're young & otherwise healthy female, but high eye pressure, double vision& blurry vision could mean other things besides glaucoma. You should have immediate eye exam by an Eye MD. If you r overweight, or on birth control pills, too much vit A, for example , you could have increase pressure in your brain. An eye exam will help diagnose this, glaucoma, or other serious conditions. Make an appt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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