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Suddenly I felt pain in my eye like a needle?

Suddenly I felt pain in my eye like a needle?

Eye pain: Eye pain may be due to many factors, such as an eyelash in the eye, dry eye, a corneal abrasion, etc. If the pain persists, do not rub your eye. Instead, try artificial tears, such as theratears, every hour for 5 or 6 hours. If the pain continues, seek help from your local ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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When I woke up this morning my left eyeball felt like someone was stabbing a needle into it?

When I woke up this morning my left eyeball felt like someone was stabbing a needle into it?

Exposure or...: U may have had cornea exposure as you slept creating a very dry eye surface with pain. Another plausible explanation is a corneal erosion that results from loosening of the adherence of the corneal epithelium as you awaken, due to drying. The latter is quite painful. A thick artificial tear ointment instilled in the eye prior to sleeping will generally help. Better is Muro 128™ ointment. C eye doc ...Read more

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Can allergy makes my eyes in pain like a needle poke?

Can allergy makes my eyes in pain like a needle poke?

Yes: Anything that disrupts tear film can lead to sudden dryness ; transient superficial discomfort. ...Read more

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What does it mean when my eye feels like someone is poking it with a needle?

What does it mean when my eye feels like someone is poking it with a needle?

Many possibilities: The 3 most common in my experience are dry eye, recurrent corneal erosions, and corneal abrasion. It is possible for more serious causes and likely should have this checked by an ophthalmologist, particularly if the pain is associated with blurry or decreased vision. ...Read more

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What causes needle like pain in the eye?

What causes needle like pain in the eye?

Many possibilities: The 3 most common in my experience are dry eye, recurrent corneal erosions, and corneal abrasion. It is possible for more serious causes and likely should have this checked by an ophthalmologist, particularly if the pain is associated with blurry or decreased vision. ...Read more

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Why does it feel like needles poking in my right eye?

Why does it feel like needles poking in my right eye?

Eye pain: Has many possible causes, the most common being from dry eyes. But could also be foreign body, abrasion, corneal dystrophy, and others. See your eye md to get the most accurate diagnosis. ...Read more

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I keep having sharp like a needle pains in the inner corners of my eyes, could you tell me why this might be happening?

I keep having sharp like a needle pains in the inner corners of my eyes, could you tell me why this might be happening?

Dry eye: Your symptoms sounds like dry eye. Try artificial tears, warm compresses on the eyelids, ointment at night and omega-3 fatty acid supplements. If persistent symptoms, see an eye doctor. ...Read more

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What steps are taken after someone's eye is punctured by a needle?

What steps are taken after someone's eye is punctured by a needle?

Depends who's punct: Uring the eye. If the retinologist is doing it, it will be self sealing and cause little problem. If it's traumatically induced, that's a problem if the needle is not sterile. See your eye doctor if this happens quickly to save vision. ...Read more

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What steps are taken to treat a person whose eye was punctured by a needle?

Ophthalmologist Exam: If the puncture is with a clean needle and there is no fluid leaking from the eye then antibiotic eyedrops and observation to make sure there is no infection is probably all that is necessary. The treatment also depends an where the needle penetrated the globe.
Leaking wounds or wounds with dirty of vegetative wounds (i.e. Cactus thorn) probably need surgical closure and intraocular antibiotics. ...Read more

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Feels like a needle is stabbing my eye for a second or two. It hurts pretty badly my eyes will start to water. What is this?

Feels like a needle is stabbing my eye for a second or two. It hurts pretty badly my eyes will start to water. What is this?

Eye problems: If you are experiencing redness, light sensitivity and trouble with vision you should get seen asap by and ophthalmologist. There are multiple reasons to cause this problem but conditions that can affect your eyes seriously should be ruled out first. ...Read more

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Sharp needle like pain in his left eye. It has a random timing and lasts for 1 hour or 1/2 hour for the last 4-5 days. Inflamed area under right eye?

Sharp needle like pain in his left eye. It has a random timing and lasts for 1 hour or 1/2 hour for the last 4-5 days. Inflamed area under right eye?

Recurrent erosion: Symptoms could be of recurrent cornea erosion. Did you ever has a injury to the eye or an abrasion. See your ophthalmologist as close to the time of having pain. Perhaps see the doctor in consultatipn and if you have no clinical sighs, explain the symptoms and ask if you can come in as a walk in when the pain occurs. ...Read more

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What happens when a needle goes through an eyeball?

What happens when a needle goes through an eyeball?

Nothing good: While needles are introduced into eyeballs under controlled conditions for sampling and the introduction of drugs, the eye can also b e struck with needles accidentally. The damage range from trivial to severe depending upon what the needles hits: iris, lens, vitreous, retina. Infection and bleeding are also possibilities. If this happens see an ophthalmologist immediately. ...Read more

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My eye is blurry after getting poked by a pine needle. Should I be concerned?

My eye is blurry after getting poked by a pine needle. Should I be concerned?

Yes: Blurry vision after any injury, even if it seems minor, is a warning sign that something more could be going on with your eye injury. Please get it checked out without delay. ...Read more

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I have been told I have dry eye syndrome. I am in extreme pain like a needle poking in my eye and cannot function, is this normal?

I have been told I have dry eye syndrome. I am in extreme pain like a needle poking in my eye and cannot function, is this normal?

Yes,: Chronic Dry Eye is a disease that can be caused by advanced age, contact lens wear, certain medications, eye diseases, other medical conditions or environmental factors.
One type of Chronic Dry eye is caused by decreased tear production due to inflammation. Without enough tears, the film protecting the eye can break down, creating dry spots on the cornea.
You will need to see your eye doctor. ...Read more

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My eye hurt when I close it, it's needle like pain, it's been a month since I wore my contacts, what causes this? Should I see a doctor?

My eye hurt when I close it, it's needle like pain, it's been a month since I wore my contacts, what causes this? Should I see a doctor?

Yes, see eye MD: Pain while wearing contacts or pain after taking them out deserves a urgent checkup. There may be an inflammatory or infectious problem occurring on your cornea. Other possibilities are improper fit, protein deposits on contact, scratched cornea, loose corneal epithelium, etc. Please make an appointment for proper diagnosis & treatment. ...Read more

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Hey doc.! actually prob is with my aunt's eyes. She says that she feels sharp needle-like pain in her eyes. After she cry. So please can we have a remedy?

Hey doc.! actually prob is with my aunt's eyes. She says that she feels sharp needle-like pain in her eyes. After she cry. So please can we have a remedy?

Find Cause First: Remedies are offered only after the cause of the problem is identified. First your aunt needs testing and examination to determine the cause of the problem. ...Read more

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Feeling lots of pain in eyes when thinking about needles?

Psychosomatic: We can sometimes feel a symptoms we are thinking about. Psychosomatic means: a physical illness or symptom or other condition caused or aggravated by a mental factor such as internal conflict or stress. ...Read more

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I keep getting needle sharp pains that come and go but are acute, nearly bringing tears to my eyes. What can cause this?

No information: Needle like pain were when what brings it on Generally need a doctor visit online or in person ...Read more

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Why might an acupuncturist insert needles into a patient's eyes?

Why might an acupuncturist insert needles into a patient's eyes?

Acupuncture: The only time that might possibly happen is by accident. One case was described in the literature: http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/25372324 Agree with earlier response that this would be injurious to the eye. ...Read more

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PRICK INSIDE MY HEAD, VARY. EG STUCK ME LIGHTLY WITH A SEWING NEEDLE. 4 ABT 3 WEEKS APROX 2-3 XS A DAY. ALSO, INNER RIGHT EYE IS MED RED?

PRICK INSIDE MY HEAD, VARY. EG STUCK ME LIGHTLY WITH A SEWING NEEDLE. 4 ABT 3 WEEKS APROX 2-3 XS A DAY. ALSO, INNER RIGHT EYE IS MED RED?

Burst blood: Vessel? Infection? It is important that you see your doc. This has been going on for several weeks and needs to be looked at face to face w/someone. ...Read more

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Feels like a needle on the inner side of right eye. After a long day of work (@ computer) I get a small stroke on the spot. It's been years w/ this.

Feels like a needle on the inner side of right eye. After a long day of work (@ computer) I get a small stroke on the spot. It's been years w/ this.

Computer eye prob: Many computer screens emit radiation that exacerbates dry eye. Reading anything, including a computer screen, one does not blink as frequently - also causing dryness. Once the eye is dry, the radiation from the screen can make a mild burn. Artificial tears taken a few times throughout the day help a great deal. See your eye md for confirmation. Radiation shields fit over the screen. They help. ...Read more

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I have like a blister type thing on the top of my eye lid and one in te inner can I pop with a sterilized needle?

I have like a blister type thing on the top of my eye lid and one in te inner can I pop with a sterilized needle?

Not recommended: You need to have a health care provider examine the lesions to determine the diagnosis and the proper treatment, which may or may not involve an excisional procedure, or i;d etc. Not to mention, any such procedure should be done by a trained professional to assure the best outcomes. Good luck. ...Read more