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Stabbing Pain In The Eye After Retina Detachment Surgery
My left eye stays swollen and feels like its gonna pop out. Sometimes I get have really bad pain in the eye, kinda like a stabbing pain. I usually ke?
I had a retina detachment surgery/scleral buckle 3 months ago. Can i sparr in the ring with a headgear that protects me from direct blows to the eye?
No: A retinal detachment is an extremely dangerous event. You could lose permanent vision in that eye. It also means protecting vision in the other eye very important. An accidental blow to your head and eye could permanently leave you blind. No amount of headgear can protect you from that. Best wishes. ...Read more
I see a new floater in the eye that I had a retinal detachment surgery. Should i be extremely worried?
Get exam: A new floater should always be evaluated by an ophthalmologist to rule out a retinal tear, or detachment. ...Read more
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Are there any supplements you'd recommend that would help me regain better vision in the eye that had retinal detachment surgery 5 months ago?
Probably not: There is a market which pushes supplements for all health problems relying upon the fact that healthy people stay healthy even when given supplements. Vision after retinal re-attachment surgery depends upon anatomical relationships of the tissues and the timing of the events. No known supplements to more than a healthy normal diet. ...Read more
Many causes: It could be residual blood from the retinal tear. The eye is very vascularized so it can be from many sources. Usually it will go away if left alone, but you should defer to what your surgeon says. ...Read more
From many causes: Sharp pain like stabbing can be due to lot of causes, and it can be serious, you should consult an opthalmologist asap. It may be something benign especially if you do not have any other symptoms such as vision loss or problem, dizziness, headache, naosea or vomiting. And associted with other medical conditions like diabetes, hypertension etc. But still you need to see eye md to rule out serious conditions. ...Read more
Corneal irritation?: Many things can cause your problem. Sudden cornea dryness or irritations form contacts or lid disease very common. Try otc systane ultra, if fails to respond seek out exam. ...Read more
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...: 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
Dryness: Usually, tranisent sharp (stabbing) pains are caused by extreme dryness. Certainly problems such as foreign bodies or corneal irregularities can be problems as well. Try artificial tears for some relief — if this works it is the likely cause. See you ophthalmologist for long-term solutions. ...Read more
Needs checking: I pain and a vision change could be a variety of causes. The best and simplest is to see an ophthalmologist and have an intra ocular pressure test to rule out glaucoma. That is a treatable condition that can cause vision loss. They can also see in there is any inflammation, retinal changes and infection present. I would go today. ...Read more
See Eye MD: A blurry, painful eye should have a medical evaluation. Call an ophthalmologist today. ...Read more
Blurry vision & pain: Hello. How long have you had blurred vision? Has pain always been associated with it? When is the last time you had your vision checked? Any family history of migraines, strokes, aneurysms? You should have someone take a look at your eyes tonight at an Urgent Care Center. Give you some steroids or Toradol for your acute eye pain too. ...Read more
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 have a stabbing pain on the top left corner behind my left eye. It pains for a few seconds before disappearing and then after a while comes back.
Eye pain: Do you have any sinus pain or pressure? Any drainage? If so it could be related to the sinuses. If not then I would get your eyes checked. Maybe you are squinting and it is causing an ocular headache. See an ophthalmologist if this is the case. If it is sinus related see an ear nose and throat doctor. ...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
I am experiencing a sharp stabbing pain on the left side of my head and behind my eye that last for a few seconds and then goes away. What should I do?
Left side head pain: One sided head pain behind one's eye could be migraine. But you should see a physician and get a medical diagnosis as it could be a medical condition that requires treatment or further diagnostic evaluation. If it is migraine, stress management therapy, biofeedback and/or medication are treatment possibilities. ...Read more
I have been experiencing constant sharp, stabbing pain in my right temple, eye & jaw. No medications help. What's 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 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
Painful stabbing pain I left eye for thirty seconds! Followed by panic then slight headache! Sinuse sufferer 37 yr o f no serious health com no norna?
Many typos here but,: I'll try! I think the most likely diagnosis for your brief, stabbing eye pain is migraine, especially since it was followed by a headache. I doubt it has any relationship to your chronic sinus problems. I believe you are trying to tell me that you are 37, have no serious health problems, & wonder if this is normal? If it was an isolated occurrence, nothing to do. If recurs, not ER, but see your doc ...Read more
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