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Will Crying Cause Eye
Crying in infancy is described as a loud, high-pitched sound made by infants in response to certain situations. Infants have a cry reflex that is a normal response to some stimuli, such as pain or hunger. Older children and adults cry for emotional reasons such as pain, fear, sadness, or frustration. Premature infants may not have a cry reflex, so they must be monitored closely for signs ...Read more
Spent all day crying yestrdy .I woke up today with my lower eyelids puffy swollen and crusty, and a little itchy..Can excess crying cause pink eye?
Eyelid edema: Following intense emotional situations with crying, runny nose, and lots of wiping eyelids and nose secretions, the eyelids often swell, eyes look red, and the ocular surface may be slightly irritated. Mucous is generated by the eye in response to the irritation. Sometimes contamination can be introduced into the eye with all the wiping. Not usually an infection results, but if worse, see eye doc. ...Read more
No: Not related. Vitreous floaters are most often thin strands of connective tissue in the vitreous jelly in the back of your eye. They may be visible when they float in front of your line of sight. Uncommonly, blood, pigment, or immune cells can be floaters. See your eye md to make sure all is well. Hope you feel better soon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why is the inner corner of my right eye red there is no pain or itchiness but crying causes a burning sensation? It has been like this for a month.
I started crying and my tears were stinging my face. When I woke up in the AM I had red sore rash under each eye? What could cause this
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