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Sore Eyes And Dizziness
I have nf type one. Could it be causing sick headaches sore eyes and dizziness I've been feeling lately?
I've been getting a numb/cold feeling from the back of my head over the last year. Now painful, dizzy sore eyes worse when I lay down or lean forward?
See MD: Troublesome symptoms. See your MD for evaluation/tests/diagnosis. ...Read more
Dizzy, lightheaded, sore eyes, and overall hazy feeling. CT showed "misaligned globes" should I be seeing a neurologist or opthomolgist for this?
Best position...: 25y/o Male says Dizzy, lightheaded, sore eyes, and over all hazy feeling. CT showed misaligned globes asks Should I be seeing a neurologist or ophthalmologist for this. Truth is the Doctor who examined one and ordered the CT has an idea of what he/she is looking for and in the best position to decide which specialty will best resolve the problem. Trust him/her first ...Read more
Head pressure & fullness (no headache), soreness when moving eyes, slight dizziness. No congestion to speak of.
I have had dizzy spells, sore eyes, headaches, high blood pressure. .. I take lithium and elmiron (pentosan) could they be causing these symptoms?
I have had a headache with sore, tight neck since saturday., I have had dizziness, nausea, fatigue, and sore eyes. I have taken Excedrin which has helped but the headache just keeps coming back. I have used a hot neck roll and sinus medicine also. At
I have diabeties type 2 diet controlled but having dizzyness and sore eyes could this mean its got worse?
It started with a headache the next day came dizziness when I move my eyes, soreness behind my eyes, 102 fever, slight cough. Help!
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I wish I could give you better news, but if you are having a fever with dizziness and headache you should see a doctor. While it's very possible your symptoms are due to a virus, which will likely go away on its own, you could have something more severe, including meningitis. ...Read more
I have had a head ache for 3 weeks now this past week I have been having dizzy spells sore heavy eyes. Very disoreintated, went to drs and she couldn't tell me what was wrong should I be concerned?
That's: A long time for a new headache. It could be something simple like corrective lenses, or something more serious like an infection. You need to have it looked at. A facility such as an urgent care that can do some blood work and a urinalysis is a good place to start. An ER would also be appropriate if your symptoms are worsening. Get to a doctor for some answers. ...Read more
My back of my head very sore about 1 week now. And I am dizzy &fainting, nausea, fatigue, my eyes feel heavy. Pls help. Is this serious problem.
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Strange bloodshot eyes for weeks, losing weight, dizziness, fatigue, sore back muscles, hard to exhale completely. Can this be from untreated asthma?
Feeling lately dizzy when I make a fast movement, eyes sore like if I was very sleepy, sometimes shortness of breath, cardiologist said is anxiety = (?
Dear Dr, feeling in my eyes lights are too bright feel dizzy with very sore sides of neck front and tight jaw knot in back of neck sleep apnea 6 weeks?
You must make an appointment as soon as possible to see your doctor.
If there is a delay in seeing the doctor I recommend you go to the Emergency Room as soon as you can.
Age 33 is a bit young to have all these symptoms. I hope you are not smoking. ...Read more
Sore throat, weakness, lost appetite, eyes dizzy, shoulder pain and slight headache. What could this be? Please I need an aswer. Thank you!
Signs of herpes? Gums ache, eyes hurt mouth itch gums itch jaw sore also feeling dizzy. Are these herpes signs from french kissing its been a week
Stop sex contact.: Herpes is a viral infection on the soft mucosal tissues in the mouth, tongue and lips. It can be spread to the genital area of the body and elsewhere if, the lesions are broken. Go and see your family doctor or family dentist. They can treat you with steriods or antiviral medications. Once you get the virus; you will have it through life. ...Read more
Symptoms include headaches, dizziness, sore throat, glands and ears, puffy eyes, fever, swollen lips and cannot stop sleeping. What is wrong with me?
Not sure: Sounds a bit like the flu.Get a more detailed answer ›
Conjunctivitis: Eye discharge can be caused by viruses or bacteria and in some severe cases from sexually transmitted diseases. On the other extreme it doesn't have to be serious, it could be simple bacterial overgrowth. Crusty discharge which is clightly itchy is common. If you have eye pain or if lights hurt your eyes or visual impairment it represents a more serious infection. ...Read more
NO: Many causes for this symptom. Can be an infection, dry eye condition, contact lens overwear, allergy problem, inflamation or signs of a systemic problem. Best to have an evaluation by an ophthalmologist to determine the cause. ...Read more
Evaluation: Since a five month old will not describe pain or discomfort, then there must be something you are seeing like redness, discharge, debris on lids, eye rubbing by the child, etc. If this is a persistent problem, then you should see your pediatrician or a pediatric ophthalmologist for a better diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
See a Dr.: Your symptoms could be caused by a variety of triggers. I would see a dr. You will need to have a thorough history, exam and possible tests. ...Read more
See your Eye MD: "sore eyes" does not give me a clue as to what is wrong with your eyes so I can't suggest any remedies. I can share with you the three symptoms that represent eye emergencies: pain, redness, and loss of vision. In the instance that any one of those items occurs, the only correct action is to see and eye md immediately. ...Read more
I wake up every morning with really sore eyes. They are blurry, watery and generally sore, takes around 20-30 minutes to clear. Haven't had any injury?
Some to try: Most sore eyes are due to dryness. There are many over the counter drops such as systane, refresh, blink, thera gel and others. Try these if your problem does not include lowered vision, light sensitvity or redness that is persistent. For these you need to first see your ophthalmologist as there may be other problems. ...Read more
Tired, sore eyes: Dry eye is a common cause of sore eyes. Trick is to rejuvenate tear film (has 3parts) apply heat to eyelids without burning your skin (hot towel in hot water; avoid pushing on eye); re-heating when towel gets cold (like hot towel push ups), it will open the meibomian gland and use artificial tears 4x/day. See eyemd otherwise. Good luck; see eyedoc2020.Blogspot. Com. ...Read more
Eye strain: Eye strain is common, especially in people who look at computer, TV, or device screens for many hours every day. If you use a computer or read a lot, be sure to take frequent breaks in which you look at something far away (like out a window) or close your eyes for several minutes to give them a rest. Sore eyes can also be due to an infection or other problem - so see your doctor if no improvement. ...Read more
Eye pain: Sore 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
None.: It is not advisable to put anything in your eyes if they are sore unless directed to do so by an eye care specialist. Make an appointment with an ophthalmologist to find out why your eyes are sore and what can be done about it. ...Read more
Use Artificial Tears: Pain in eyes after working for a long time in front of the PC is usually due to drying out of the tear film. Close your eyes, step away from computer/take a break, or use artificial tears to help. List of tears options and other options to help with dry eye available at: http://eyedoc2020.Blogspot. Com/. ...Read more
Please clarify: I am not sure what you mean by "msd". Is that musculoskeletal disorder? If so, there are not really any specific eye problems associated with this that would cause soreness, so you might be experiencing eyestrain symptoms or dry eye. Some conditions can lead to inflammation in the eye, or iritis, which must be treated by an ophthalmologist. Specify more about the symptoms that you are having. ...Read more
Dry eyes: Most likely you are getting dry eyes. When we read, we stare and do not blink as often. Our tears will evaporate and unless we blink and flush new tears over our eyes, they will get very dry. Try using over the counter artificial tears. Main difference is how thick or thin they are. If tears still do not help, you may need to see and eye doctor to see about other treatment options. ...Read more