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Stabbing Pain In Right Eye
I get sharp stabbing pain in right eye. The pain comes and goes and i only feel it couple of times a day.
Drying eye of tear: Dry eye is the most common cause of eye irritation/sudden pain (can be due to meibomian gland disease/blepharitis or rosacea), - can be chronic if not addressed properly. Use lid hygiene (info: eyedoc2020.blogspot.com) routine, artificial tears (non-preserved tears are best) for relief. ...Read more
I feel an excruciating, stabbing pain in my right eye whenever i blink or close it. There is nothing inside of it, not sick, used eye drops and water.
Scratched cornea : You need to have an examination performed by an eye doctor as there may be a tiny foreign body in the eye or a scratch left by a foreign body that is now no longer present. The scratch or foreign body is typically impossible to see without the magnification of a microscope. Antibiotics patching or a bandage contact may be needed. ...Read more
Taking Cefdinik 600mg once daily. Gradually gained abdominal pain and nausea and now stabbing pain in right eye. What can I do?
Tell Dr ASAP!: I don't know why you are on this medication, but it has these side effects and your Dr needs to know. It may be possible to find another Tx or to help you bear the side effects till you are better. Don't ignore it - Dr's only know results if they reliable good reports from patients. Hope yo're better soon. ...Read more
I get right temporal stabbing pain that radiates behind the right eye, right cheek, and temple. Lasts anywhere from 15 mins to an hour.
Pain: The symptoms you mention indicate a need to see your doctor to diagnose or rule out medical conditions. You MAY be dealing w/migraine or cluster headaches. Your doc will help you. Don't forget behavioral support such as change in diet, clinical hypnosis, biofeedback options. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I have been experiencing constant sharp, stabbing pain in my right temple, eye & jaw. No medications help. Whats wrong with me?
Check it out: If you have no history of headaches, then you need to be sure that you find out the cause of these new headaches. If you have always had headaches, and they are similar to the ones you are experiencing, your symptoms could be related to migraine or a migraine-related condition. There are many causes of headaches. They need to be diagnosed properly, especially when new in onset. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I often get an ache or stabbing type pain behind my right eye but the ophthalmologist says there's nothing wrong. What could cause this?
Retro orbit pain: These are difficult to diagnose. In a normal ophthalmogic exam, pain behind the eye may be referred or from an orbital disease process. Sinusitis, neck pain, bruxism, ear pain, upper molar pain, and many others that are facial pain disorders that may arise from neurological conditions like migraine, tic doulereaux. A consult with a neurologist may be helpful if this problem is persisting. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer