What causes eye pressure and dizziness?

Dehydration. More frequently than not eye pressure is related to dryness or sinus pressure. Both of which are also causes for dizziness. Suggest taking more fluids daily and if inadequate response, you need to be seen by your doctor.

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Can papllidema cause headaches, dizziness, eye pressure, neck pain?

Increaed ICP. The same thing that's causing the headaches, dizziness, eye pressure, neck pain (symptoms) can also be causing papilledema (a physical sign; not a diagnosis). Constellation of reported signs and symptoms is consistent with increased intracranial pressure and requires urgent medical attention. Read more...

Vomitted w/out any reasons 2 then after slightly dizzy but like 7 hrs after left side throbbing headache w/ eye pressure. Causes?

Could be wide range. Of possibilities. Any history of migraines? Possibly pregnant? Sick contacts - typical virus/flu? Food poisoning? Any other constitutional signs, or symptoms? If persists, then need to be evaluated by gp. Read more...

Can Chronic Sinusitis cause eye pain&preasure and neurogical symptoms (headache, dizziness, weakness and body twitching)?

Sinus symptoms. Yes, infections such as this one may cause many of these symptoms. Especially when there are flares of the infection. Fever and sinus drainage should also be symptoms for sinusitis. Read more...

I have dizziness, a sharp eye pain, and lots of pressure in my head.?

See an eye doctor. Sounds like you should see a doctor. I would start with an eye doctor if you can, otherwise see your family doctor. Eye pain and pressure can be caused by many things. I would get it checked. Read more...

I've been having headaches, dizzy spells and increased eye pressure. My doctor ordered a brain scan? What may be suspected?

Usually nothing bad. This description is typical of a sinus problem. You could have a new or chronic sinus infection. It could also be due to excess fluid production in the brain called pseudotumor cerebri or idiopathic intracranial hypertension. Mri is standard in the work up. Brain tumor is least likely- a common fear and misconception. Read more...
Migraine. Most likely you have migraine. The brain scan is to rule out a tumor or hydrocephalus or vascular malformation. Read more...

Been suffering with constant headaches, pressure in head and eyes, eye pain, neck pain, teeth aching, dizziness, what could it be?

Need exam. that's a broad set of symptoms and it could be a variety of things. TMJ, neck arthritis, infection, other things. You should get evaluated in person. If you have fever or unexplained weight loss or difficulty with normal activities, get checked out right away. Read more...
Separate conditions. These conditions need to be treated separately. See your physician for "constant headaches, neck pain, dizziness, etc" evaluation, tests and treatment options. See your dentist for teeth aching foe examination and x-rays. Read more...
Get checked. You should see both a doctor and a dentist for evaluations. With these symptoms there could be many causes. There are both dental and medical issues here with some overlapping symptoms. Read more...

Eye pressure, ear popping, headache, dizziness with light headness like passing out feeling. All normal mri. Sore cheeks, neck painful?

Sinus disease. Many of the symptoms sound as if you have sinus issues or mastoid sinus disease. You didn't specify what the MRI was for but if it covered the head it may only see a part of the sinuses. Allergic rhinitis may also present with similar symptoms. Read more...