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Stabbing Eye Pain When I First Try To Open My Eyes
Could my eye pain (sharp, stabbing pain in one fixed point above my cornea) have something to do with my use of contacts?
Yes, but...: ...in ANY case, you need to seek medical care. Migraine headaches, foreign bodies & Herpes Virus are among the possible causes of your symptoms. Also, contact lens wearers are more susceptible to ocular infections and corneal abrasions than non-wearers. If you can't get in to see your eye care specialist promptly, you should go to an urgent care center or emergency department. Please! ...Read more
My 16yr. Old daughter has been experiencing extreme migranes with severe stabbing eye pain. A CT scan showed she had a pineal cyst. Correlation?
I have stabbing chest pains,left eye hurts and also have a tingling/numbness feeling in my left arm and have difficulty moving the left upper of body.
Go to nearest ER: You need to go to the ER for evaluation ASAP. ...Read more
What could be reasons for eye pain? Dr never finds anything but I feel like my vision is decreasing and hurts to keep eyes open but dr says no?
Eye pain: Have your family or friends refer you to a different doctor and see if they are both in agreement. If no agreement please follow the new doctor. ...Read more
I have lattice degen in my R eye. When I have eye pain that hurts to keep open, I get worried retina is detached. Eye dr says nothing is wrong. Signs?
Something else: Retinal detachment is very rarely painful, & when painful, is often associated with other, non lattice degeneration-related detachment problems. Your pain is most likely related to other ocular conditions such as corneal drying (dry eyes; meds side effects), migraine, contact lens related issues (if worn), eyelid conditions, environmental (wind, dust, allergy), or other. See your Eye MD for help ...Read more
Eye pain 1 week, burning can't keep open, no itch, no discharge, vision change, woke up with bruise and swelling on eyelid?
Dryness: If this is a chronic problem and the vision is normal and the eye is not red all the time, then it is likely due to insufficient tears and sometimes mild lid inflammation (blepharitis). Check with your ophthalmologist for the best treatment as these are conditions that can be fixed. ...Read more
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