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Doctor insights on: What Is Maximum Minimum Pressure In Eyes

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Is 20-25 pressure in eyes dangerous?

Hmmm: Those pressures are borderline high for most people. But there is no set cut-off for what normal is. It depends on the individual. Lots of factors go into play here including your history, the appearance of your optic nerves, the thickness of your cornea, and your visual field exam. Ask you ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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Eye Pain (Definition)

Depends on further explanation by history and findings on evaluation and examination. An ophthalmologist can resolve this issue ...Read more


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Can there be anything to reduce pressure in eyes?

Can there be anything to reduce pressure in eyes?

Yes: There are many medicines that reduce the pressure in eyes. If you are referring to the sensation of pressure in your eyes, this is likely due to sinusitis and you should see your doctor for treatment. ...Read more

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Can stress and sleeplessness cause high pressure in eyes?

Can stress and sleeplessness cause high pressure in eyes?

No: internal eye pressure is self generated and not responsive to the condition of the rest of the body whether stress, exercise, exhaustion or anything else (except certain pharmaceutical agents), ...Read more

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Will that nasal spray increase the pressure in eyes?

Will that nasal spray increase the pressure in eyes?

Possible: Nasal spray containing steroid medicine may increase eye pressure. This is more likely to occur with daily use for longer than 10 days. Although pressure increase is uncommon, it can cause vision loss from glaucoma. You should have an eye examination shortly after starting this medication to determine whether your eye pressure is increased and whether you are at risk of glaucoma. ...Read more

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What to do if I have pressure in eyes, anxiety, tons of eye floaters, and other symptoms?

What to do if I have pressure in eyes, anxiety, tons of eye floaters, and other symptoms?

See eyeMD: See eyeMD to be sure your eye pressure, angles, and vitreous (gel inside eye) are normal. ...Read more

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Pressure in eyes, anxiety, tons of eye floaters, and other symptoms. What do you suggest?

Pressure in eyes, anxiety, tons of eye floaters, and other symptoms. What do you suggest?

Comprehensive med: Evaluation. You have a constellation of symptoms which may not all be associated. At this point i would see your family doctor for a general medical evaluation & this also warrants ophthalmology assessment. Good luck. ...Read more

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What does brain tumor headache feel like ?, I've been having pressure in eyes and cheeks for couple days. Is it likely brain tumor ?

What does brain tumor headache feel like ?, I've been having pressure in eyes and cheeks for couple days. Is it likely brain tumor ?

Pressure in cheeks: More likely you have sinusitis/ allergies. Consider zyrtec (cetirizine) ( if not allergic).Possibly is toothache, rarer includes conditions like glaucoma ( can get it checked at a lenscrafters. hour eyes any optometist). Tumor is rare. Presents with headache on waking and may be associated with nausea, vomiting, visual disturbance. See doctor/urgent care this week,see one today if visual/ dental issue ...Read more

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Feeling pressure in eyes under eyes. Sensitive to light dizzy feeling as well. I feel this daily and then i get anxious. Is this a sign of tumor?

Feeling pressure in eyes under eyes. Sensitive to light dizzy feeling as well. I feel this daily and then i get anxious. Is this a sign of tumor?

Unlikely tumor: There are many many causes for pressure under eyes and light sensitivity. Unlikely to be a brain tumor. You should see your primary care doctor though for a careful neurological physical examination. And if the symptoms persist for a month a brain MRI is probably warranted at that point. But try to see your doctor before then it's better. ...Read more

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Been suffering with constant headaches, pressure in head and eyes, eye pain, neck pain, teeth aching, dizziness, what could it be?

Been suffering with constant headaches, pressure in head and eyes, eye pain, neck pain, teeth aching, dizziness, what could it be?

Get checked: You should see both a doctor and a dentist for evaluations. With these symptoms there could be many causes. There are both dental and medical issues here with some overlapping symptoms. ...Read more

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If an eyes exam by eye doctor come normal no pressure in eyes or the optic nerve can that mean it is very unlikely I have a brain tumour?

If an eyes exam by eye doctor come normal no pressure in eyes or the optic nerve can that mean  it is very unlikely I have a brain tumour?

Sort of: A normal eye exam does not rule out a brain tumor-- only brain imaging would do that. Of course, brain tumors are quite uncommon to begin with. You might see a neurologist if you have concerns about this. ...Read more

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Over 2 years of sinus pressure in eyes, ears, nose teeth, several doc. Visits no answers, last 2 months have had some pounding in neck is this sinus?

Over 2 years of sinus pressure in eyes, ears, nose teeth, several doc. Visits no answers, last 2 months have had some pounding in neck is this sinus?

Sounds like spasm: Your symptoms sound like they may be due to spasm of your facial muscles perhaps caused by your bite or clenching/grinding of your teeth. The pounding in your neck could also be from muscle spasm. Do you chew gum? Are you missing teeth? Under a lot of stress? Try a soft diet, antiinflammatory medication and ice to your head and face. See your dentist. Stay away from chewy and crunchy foods. ...Read more

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Pulsing head + dizzy/lightheaded when lie down. Ears clogged, pressure in eyes/face, nasal voice often. Allergies. Cervical issues. What specialist?

Pulsing head + dizzy/lightheaded when lie down. Ears clogged, pressure in eyes/face, nasal voice often. Allergies. Cervical issues. What specialist?

Doctor for allergies: Allergists treat the allergies and the ear- blocking and headaches that come with them. They don't do neck adjustments in the USA. I would start with an allergist and if they do not help you, consider seeing an otolaryngologist for structural causes of the nose and ears giving you these symptoms . For the neck, you may need a different doctor entirely, depends on what symptoms you have . ...Read more