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What Is The Relationship Betweenn Dehydration And Sunken Eye
Dehydration: Since the body is 80% water, dehydration can lead to shrinkage of all the major tissues, including around the eye. When one is dehydrated, the eye appears sunken because the surrounding tissues are shriveling up. Try to drink 5-8 glasses of water per day, if you are of normal weight and are in good health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dehydration: sunken eyes, a feeling that the "insides" of the body has pulled in; hypovelemic shock? Kidney failure severe muscle wasting - help.
6w5d newborn is not dehydrated however soft spot feels a little bit sunken. She's alert no other signs of dehydration. How sunken should it be? ER?
Not much: If a child is otherwise well, taking normal feeds and urinating routinely without vomiting, diarrhea, fevers, etc, a slight depression of the fontanelle ("soft spot") need not be cause for alarm. Unless something else of concern is happening, this is not a reason to visit the ER. A pediatrician could safely confirm that this is normal during regular hours. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dehydration? My eyes feel like i've been crying for days but i haven't. Also niggly headache & dizzyness on/off
You may have dry eye: There are many things that can cause your symptoms. One of the most common problems that could be causing your symptoms, is dry eyes. It can cause pain and redness in the eyes and also headache if it is severe enough. Other causes are iritis, scleritis, or corneal problems. So it is important to see someone. Ophthalmologists are trained to evaluate you for this particulate issue. ...Read more
See below: These are not side effects to the medication. ...Read more
Is there any food, medication or sickness that increase number of eye floaters? What about massaging eyeballs or dehydration?
I've been having major headaches everyday four couple months so bad i want to close my eyes . I've been in two bad abusive relationships.
Need exam: I you have had any type of head trauma you need an exam. Headaches made better by closing the eyes coudl be related to migraines. Another possibility is that you are having inflammation in the front of your eyes from injury (called iritis) and patients can have pain in the eyes with light (photophobia) or headache that are also made worse with light. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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