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What Causes Eye Sensitivity To Light And Wind
Not usually: Ocular migraines usually cause you to see colored light or blackening of your vision for 15 to 20 minutes at a time. It is painless and does not cause light sensitivity. Classic migraines, however, can cause severe light sensitivity are very painful. The two conditions are often linked. ...Read more
Can a dysfunctional gallbladder cause constant dizziness or lightheadedness, chronic headaches (esp. Behind eyes and ears) and sensitivity to light?
Gallbladder: Biliary dyskinesia is the name for a dysfunctional gallbladder. It can be associate with vague, intermittent abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, often associated with meals. It rarely hospitalized patients. It is diagnosed by functional studies of the gallbladder. Often called a hida scan. It would not be associated with chronic headaches or dizziness unless you are becoming dehydrated. ...Read more
Common: Many are sensitive to light and that is in part why sunglasses sell so well. It is more common in lighter eyed persons. There are some conditions of the eyes that cause excessive sensitivity such are corneal inflammation and iritis of the inside of the eye. It is worth it at your age to have a good eye examination by an ophthalmologist who can rule out any pathology. ...Read more
49 year old female.I'm going to eye dr in a coulple of weeks. Fore the last month I have been having sensitivity to light. Diabetes test normal.
See doctor: Blurry and sensitive to light after injury are bad things. Something has damaged either the surface or interior of your eye. Seek attention promptly. ...Read more
How are floaters a sign of MS? I have floaters, with a little of sensitivity to light as well. When I move my eyes, look into light, it becomes blur
Not true: "Floaters" are definitely not a sign of MS or even a symptom. Sensitivity to light is not specific to MS either. If you are referring to the possibility of having an optic neuritis then, I would recommend visual evoked potentials if you're looking for a TEST that may be able to give a bit more support to the picture but otherwise, so far what you've described is not MS. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hello. This evening, My left eye is bloodshot. My vision in that eye seems blurred too. I had pain and sensitivity to light in that same eye abt 1 wee?
Consult Eye spediali: Red eye can be caused by one of many conditions, some of them can be serious. So you must go to see an ophthalmologist(Eye Specialist) immediately. If one is not available, you can go to an ER....at least they can check for infection(conjunctivitis) as one possibility; corneal abrasion can be another cause for the kind of symptoms that you are having. ...Read more
I have chronic eye pain especially at night aggravated by sensitivity to light. Don't want to open eyes What could be the reason what treatment?
Eye pain at night: Can be caused by: corneal dehydration and recurrent epithelial erosion, dilated pupils increase in eye pressure due to narrow angles, trachoma etc. Patients with sleep apnea and especially using a CPAP device may experience ocular surface drying from air or even compression from the mask. So, lots of possible causes. I recommend eye exam by ophthalmologist. . ...Read more
High eye pressure, double vision, sensitivity to light, blurry. Going to get tested for glaucoma in a couple months.? Do you think I have it?
Examination is key: You're young & otherwise healthy female, but high eye pressure, double vision& blurry vision could mean other things besides glaucoma. You should have immediate eye exam by an Eye MD. If you r overweight, or on birth control pills, too much vit A, for example, you could have increase pressure in your brain. An eye exam will help diagnose this, glaucoma, or other serious conditions. Make an appt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Three days ago a stone hit me un the eye. I have extreme sensitivity to light. The eye us not red or swollen just pains whenever I go outside.
Is sensitivity to light normal after cataract surgery? I am a sixty-year old who had cataract surgery three weeks ago. I am finding that every time I go outside, I need to wear sunglasses because my eyes are extremely sensitive to the light. Is this a per
I have had sever pressure in temples and behind my eyes for over a week. Sought doctor for meds, no relief. No nausea, sensitivity to light, or noise?
May need to see ENT: Dr. as pressure around temples or around eyes points often to sinuses unless it is the eye itself. You didn't mention which type of doctor you saw, but if you have no relief, you'll need to get a 2nd opinion to get definitive treatment, and possibly imaging too. Someone has to do a physical exam on you to help you out. So don't delay! Time for re-evaluation and see what OTC meds can help. Need hx. ...Read more