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Unexplained Bruising Of The Eye With Headache
Bump above my eyebrow. Bruise in the corner of my eye. Looks like a sac of blood. As well as a headache around the eye. No trauma.
Blood in eye: Blood in your eye may be a subconjunctival hemorrhage which results from a burst capillary. These are usually not serious, don't affect vision and are painless. They clear in a week or so. The eyebrow bump may be a cyst and unrelated. See your physician or ophthalmologist for evaluation as needed. ...Read more
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
Eye exam: An eyelid bruise ; headache are not typically related unless there is a history of trauma. This may be a coincidence. If the headache is new, persistent or severe you should see an eye doctor. There are rare orbital (the area around ; behind your eye) conditions that can cause bruising and headache or eye pain. These conditions are very rare and can include lymphangioma, amyloidosis or leukemia. ...Read more
I have a bruise under my left eye that appeared from nowhere and have been getting pressure headaches for just over a week.
I've had a headache radiating from behind my left eye, above my eyebow. Heavy feeling and what looks like bruising on corner of my eye?
Black eye?: Did someone hit you Or did you fall? ...Read more
Pin prick rash that's turned into blotches like blood or bruises under the skin. Headache, feeling sick, fuzzy eyes?
See a doctor: It's not clear what you are describing, but it sounds potentially serious. Please get seen by a doctor in real life today. ...Read more
I bumped my head last night on a cabinet. Slight bruise, slightly swelling, a headache and eye ache. I still feel symptoms. How should I treat this?
Head injury: You should rest and avoid anything that causes increased symptoms. With your history of frequent head injury I would recommend you get examined if symptoms persist for more than a few days ...Read more
Hit my head on freezer door yesterday a.m. having headache and pain behind eye as well as a bruise in area of impact. Should I get further screening?
No: If you did not lose consciousness and you remember what happened, it is highly unlikely that you have sustained a serious brain injury. Your symptoms are expected in a minor head injury. ...Read more
When I get really bad headaches I start to get a random bruise on my forehead between my eyes and then once my headache goes away so does the bruise?
Should I be worried about ocular side effects of Topomax? I.e. Prolonged headache, pressure around/behind eyes, bruising under eyes and exhaustion?
Yesterday a bruise suddenly appeared under eye and spread a little today. Will it go away? Should I continue baby aspirin? Had headache a day before
8y/o son struck by batted baseball 2 days ago, lateral to right eye, no loss consciousness, mild bruising, c/o headache x2days, new onset fever 101.2?
3yr old has a chesty cough, headache behind right eye for 4 days and has a small purple mark (like a bruise) on front of earlobe. Its not spreading?
INFECTION: This can be drom ear and / or mastoid infection with lung problem from infection. Seek pcp or pediatrician asap. ...Read more
Normal finding: Blood is absorderd into the soft tissues under the eyes: post taumatic nasal shiners"- will absorb and turn color fom blacland blue to brown and yellow over the next 2 weeks. ...Read more
Small, bite like bumps, in clusters on top of head, left side of head and now spread to top left of forehead. Tender to the touch with bruise-like bump behind left ear. Pain moving into left eye socket. Started 6 days ago. No pain or fever or headaches.
See a doctor: Se a doctor soon and get checked. ...Read more
I have sore, like a bruise, eyes, ear ache, swollen neck glands, headache and upper chest pain, what could it be? No cough or sore throat as yet. Ta.
Viral syndrome: Non-specific symptoms of generalized aching, headache, irritability, enlarged lymph glands may be for may be from a viral infection. Fever and other symptoms may develop later or not at all. Hydration, rest and otcs such as aspirin, non-steroidals, (nsaids) and Acetaminophen taken in doses not exceeding the stated daily maximums, usually help alleviate the symptoms. ...Read more
Likely migraine: Most eye pains are actually migraine-related, especially in the absence of visual changes. Other causes related to the eye include glaucoma, uveitis, optic neuritis and various retinal conditions. Those conditions almost always are associated with visual symptoms--but migraine may also have visual symptoms. ...Read more
Many possible: Multiple causes are possible. Most common would be sinus disease, migraine, or eyestrain from overuse of the eyes for prolonged reading or computer use. Thyroid disease, growths behind the eyes, are much less likely causes. If the pains persist, you should see an ophthalmologist, and if the eye exam is normal, your regular doctor may refer to ENT or neurology. ...Read more
What causes one side of the head to ache? I woke up with a slight headache on the right side of my head....Slightly above the eye
Should my pinkeye after 4 days cause pain in the eye and headache? Antobotic drops made my eye swell bad, I stopped taking them yesterday, see doc again
Call doc.: Call your doctor for what to do now. You are getting worse and might need to be seen today to find out what is going on. Take l (25-50 mg, if able to take it) and see if it helps while you wait, in case allergy to the drops is causing your symptoms. If it does not help, don't take any more of it. ...Read more
I seem to get alot of headaches behind the eye. I also have bad sinus problems. Is there any way to help it get better & for those headaches to stop?
Yes: Usually behind the eye headaches are sinus headaches. So treat the sinus, and the headaches might improve. If you've tried OTC antihistaminics and saline flushes and they haven't improved your sinus, it's time to see your doctor for prescription medication that could include nasal steroids. If medication fails an ENT could help you and provide surgical solutions. ...Read more
What is tension headache cause from? Having sharp pains in the upper part of the eye, making my head hurt painfully.
Tension: Tension headaches are band-like headaches that are usually dull, not throbbing. They are caused by excessive contraction of muscles in the neck, temples and forehead. They are sometimes bad enough to be accompanied by some nausea. They are distinguished from migraine which also causes nausea by the fact that in migraine there may be sensitivity to light and sound and the pain is throbbing and usually one sided. Sharp pains in the eye are usually something else and should be checked out. Talk to your primary care doctor. ...Read more
A box of soap fell from the top cabinet on the crow of my head two days ago no bruise or bump! Started a mild headache! Should I be worried?!
Hit my head on granite countertop 4 days ago. Fair lump, minimal bruising, still feeling pain/headache. Is it normal for it to hurt for this long?
Maybe.: Any bruise or bang can hurt for a week or 2. With head injuries, the key is knowing if the pain responds to simple over the counter pain relievers, in the dosages on the bottle. And if you've other symptoms of concussion that may warrant further exam. So if the pain is not helped with regular otc pain relievers, you have vomiting, dizziness, fever, confusion, weakness, vision change, see MD now ...Read more
I have a serve headache on the right side of my head by the eye and temple. I move to even which pistions in bed or get up to walk or stand it blury?
Migraine: The last part of your question is not clear: is your vision blurry? Migraine would be at the top of the list. If you were over 50 then temporal arteritis could be a cause. But since the test for it so simple and inexpensive; "an esr", you should see your internist, neurologist or an eye md to have your problem checked. ...Read more
I hit my head on a cupboard door pretty hard by accident. Big bruise/no headache. I was mildly disoriented for a few minutes. Is that a concussion?
Hit head above left temple on corner of car door 3 days ago. Small bump barely noticeable bruise&little scratch. Slight headache yesterday&today. Dr??
Ice it!: Accidents happen. The best, easiest & cheapest thing you can do is ice the area as soon as possible. Earlier is better, more often is better than less often. Acetaminophen, if you're otherwise healthy, can be used for pain relief (I tend to avoid ibuprofen). As you didn't lose consciousness or develop neurological symptoms (weakness, numbness) I surmise you will recover. Stay healthy &Good luck. ...Read more
Can trapeze muscle problem cause eye pain and headache. Also can it cause the eye that is painting to tear up?
The most frequently identified myofacial trigger points in the body. Pain is referred up to the mastoid process, angle of the mandible, temple and back of the orbit (eye). Major source of “tension HA” or tension type headache. Tearing up is a sign of autonomic cephalgia.
See orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Bumb his head. Had small bruise. Observed for 24hrs, did not vomit. No fever. No headache. Should I still worry and take him to his dr.?
No need to worry: If there are no symptoms and he is acting like himself there would be no need to see the physician. ...Read more
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