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Why Is My Eye Constantly Twitching
Fasciculations: It sounds like you may be having muscle fasciculations in your eyelid. Although there are some serious neurologic disorders which can cause this symptom, muscle fasciculations are much more commonly due to a benign cause, such as over-exertion, excess caffeine or stimulant use, or benign fasciculation syndrome (bfs). You could start by trying to reduce daily stress and any excess caffeine use. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Eye twitch: Eye twitching, or blepharospasm, is usually a result of dry eye, allergy, stress, fatigue, or caffeine intake. Try some artificial tears first, and if the symptoms persist, call you local ophthalmologist. Most eye twitches are benign, but if half the face twitches, there may be an underlying health problem. ...Read more
Is something wrong with me if my eyes twitch constanly? My eyes twitch constantly. It's mostly my right eye but it concerns me. It has been going on for at least a month.
My left bottom eye lid. Twitches constantly all day long. Been about a month now. What is this or could be?
Benign: Most "muscle twitches" involving eyelid are secondary to myokymia, which is a benign flickering, usually associated with eyestrain, fatigue, stress, bright sunshine, etc. But blepharospam may explain your twitch, and, if painful, or increasingly uncomfortable, have your eye specialist evaluate, and treat as appropriate. ...Read more
The bottom eye lid on my right eye has been twitching constantly. Started last night and has continued all day today. No other vision issues.
Fatigue: you have likely been having extra difficult or long use of your eyes recently or your overall physical status is more fatigued than usual. The problem will resolve on its own with rest ...Read more
My right eye has been twitching a lot since last few days - constantly. Why? Can eye twitching be harmful in any way. Please tell
I traveled to NYC for a few days and when I got back home I noticed that under my right eye there is a constant pulse, or heartbeat. Not a twitch. ?
Your infraorbital: vasomotor unit (Vein, artery, nerve) comes out of your upper cheekbone area by the orbital ridge area on each side of your face, just under your lower eyelids that is easily palpable. Good thing you have a pulse! That's absolutely normal. Anytime you feel that something is abnormal around your eyes, see your eye specialist immediately. ...Read more
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