Could sinus or ear infections cause vision problems in one eye?

Sinus/ear infections. Will typically not cause any problems with your eyes. A severe sinus infection could potentially spread into tissues in the socket around your eye and could cause some eye problems if not treated properly. Make sure you take any medication prescribed by your doctor if you have an infection in your sinuses.

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Can a sinus/ear infection cause eye pain with head pain in the back of the head?

Yes. A sinus infection can cause referred pain around the eyes. Pain in the back of the head may not be related to the sinus infection, but could be related to the ear infection. Probably best to see an ear, nose, and throat specialist. Read more...

I want to find out I went to the doctor my right ear has ear infections, but my right eye also hurts and I get headaches lot is that from my sinus?

Headaches. This could be pressure from the ear infection. If you have any vision changes, that would warrant speaking with your physician about the changes. I would add that if this is a chronic condition that only affects your right side, you may want to see your primary care physician or an ear, nose, and throat specialist to make sure there is not an anatomic component to your condition. Read more...
Likely, yes. There are 3 types of headaches. Under each type there are several other categories. Under those there are subcategories. The first step is to determine if your headache is primary, cranial neuralgias, or secondary to other organ such as teeth, ears, eyes. A careful history and exam may reveal the cause. Your physician may request evaluations from dentist, ent, eye doctor, or neurologist to help. Read more...

Will a hot pack or a cold pack be better for getting rid of dialited blood vessels? Eyes were white until June sinus/ear infection. What else helps?

Depends if it's eye. or ear you are talking about or sinuses. Best if you can have your PCP do a physical exam of your face, ears, nose, eyes, and throat and see what's going on! Never good to shot gun these things as it could be nothing, or it could be more serious and missed. Need to treat the cause of your dilated blood vessels. That will solve two birds with one stone! Read more...