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Elevated eye pressure in teens ever happen?
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Dr. Thomas Seck
Pediatrics
In brief: Yes
This is complicated and best discussed with your physician, as there are several possible causes.
It (elevated intraocular pressure) can be caused by trauma, glaucoma, idiopathic (without cause) ocular hypertension, certain medications and other things that influence eye fluid (aqueous) production and drainage.

In brief: Yes
This is complicated and best discussed with your physician, as there are several possible causes.
It (elevated intraocular pressure) can be caused by trauma, glaucoma, idiopathic (without cause) ocular hypertension, certain medications and other things that influence eye fluid (aqueous) production and drainage.
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