It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....



Message Board


Brain & Nervous System Disorders Board Index
Pages: 1 Showing 1 - 20 of 25 for eye drooping. (0.020 seconds)


... I woke up this morning and noticed my right eye lid was drooping a little. I've been really tired lately and not sleeping well. Why is my right eye drooping? ... (1 replies)
... What type of eye doctor did you see? ... (4 replies)
... The headaches are still there, eye looks better, just getting twitching. I think it might all be a sinus problem, or my lupus, I am going to try and get someone to take me. ... (10 replies)

... would still have a stroke or TIA as the other arteries are still open. It is possible that the aneurysm may have caused pressure on the nerve that goes up to the eye muscles when you coughed and caused an increase in intracranial pressure. ... (10 replies)
... d just dont feel right. I live alone right now, but if I had someone to take me to the er I would have last night. I also feel very off balanced. and my right eye lid is still droopy, not closed just droopy. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, I'm new to this site but when I saw your title line I had to throw in my 2 sense. In 1998 I woke in the morning, coughed and my eye closed. i thought that maybe I broke a blood vessel or something. I went to my family physician and was sent straight to the hospital. ... (10 replies)
... o neurologist. I am extremly afraid of Dr's, I avoid them and tests. He put me on Fioricet, and it did absolutly nothing for me at all. I then noticed my right eye is drooping, and my focus and vision seems to be off. My headache is on top of my head and on the leftside. ... (10 replies)
... have had some alarming symptoms of my eyes and muscles recently. In April 2013 I noticed that when I am tired at the end of the day I would get double vision and drooping of my eyelids. Eyelid drooping was not permanent and when I closed my eyes for a few seconds and opened them again, it would go away. ... (0 replies)
Drooping eye
Feb 2, 2009
... why do i have a drooping eye (0 replies)
... You need to see a Doctor straight away to rule out the possibility that you have had a small stroke. Most likely just a nerve issue but it does need to be checked. All the best. (1 replies)
... you can always call 911 if you feel the need to,thats what they are there for.if anything and i mean anything else strange or just plain odd happens,please call 911.i really am very concerned about you right now.your symptoms just do not sound good to me at all.i hope you made it to that appt today and your doc sent you right away for at least a CT if nothing else.if there is... (10 replies)
... most metal that is placed into our bodies during procedures(the newer ones anyway) is 'usually' in most cases,MRI compatable.i have platnum in my brain,titainium in my neck and still have MRIs.my son also has a couple surgical clips along side his liver when he had a liver transplant back in 2000.when he suffered a tramatic brain injury and really needed to have an MRI,they... (10 replies)
... My eyes will droop with migraines. The side that I have the pain in is the one that will droop. One of my husband's eyes will droop when he is tired & he doesn't have headaches. Sorry I can't be of more help. (10 replies)
... Thankyou so much, I am going to call the neurologist the dr reffered me to, I suppose that would be a start. I thought it could be my Lupus acting up, but I am not sure anymore, especially when I dont ever remeber having such bad headaches that wont go away. My blood disorder is I clot too much I have apls, I have had 3 episodes of pulmonary embolis. I had a filter... (10 replies)
... does this clotting disorder make your blood too thick or too thin?i agree in seeing at the very least here a neurologist for an eval on your symptoms.also,obtaining an MRI/MRA would be a really good idea.the MRI(with contrast)would highlight a few areas that just need looking into and the MRA would look strictly at your arterial structures within your brain and nothing... (10 replies)
... It could be nerve pain, probably pain in the occipital nerves. I have similar symptoms like headaches, shooting pains over the top of my head, and pain in and behind the eyes, and my pain is mostly on the left side too. I was diagnosed with Occipital Neuralgia late last year. I think you should see a Neurologist and they can do tests and scans, if needed, to find out for sure.... (10 replies)
... After reading your most recent post it sounds even more to me like TMJ. You certainly would not notice yourself clenching and grinding at night because you are asleep. The fact that your teeth are losing enamel and shortening should be proof that this is in fact taking place. Another would be if you feel very 'stuffed' and achy in the morning (due to the fact you've been... (71 replies)
Mystery illness
Jun 8, 2010
... so your eye IS reactive to light now and NOT even constricted anymore? ... (1 replies)
Numbness?
Jul 23, 2008
... d of into my cheek and along the outer corner of my left eye. Also, the left corner of my mouth and the left side of my tongue sometimes feel numb. There is no drooping or anything like that. I do not have these symptoms all the time. I can sometimes go weeks without them. ... (1 replies)
... it feels like it will explode. My face on the right side feels numb. It feels like it goes to sleep or has severe weakness. With rest the feeling comes back. My eye twitches a lot and eventually closes and I have to struggle to open it. If, I can get it to open. Sometimes I find it hard to focus. ... (3 replies)




Pages: 1

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 06:32 AM.



Site owned and operated by HealthBoards.com™
Copyright and Terms of Use © 1998-2014 HealthBoards.comô All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!