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... ld be preliminary symptoms of shingles, herpes zoster, caused by a reactivation of the chickenpox virus. It affects only one side of the body, and causes burning pain along the nerve, and inflammation of the surrounding tissue. ... (1 replies)
... about 3 months ago i snapped my eye while looking back with force. there is no pain but i am unable to sleep ever since. what could this be? ... (0 replies)
... Hi all, for some time I have been having left eye pains, specifically on the inside of it. It is definitely not around the eye, but inside it. ... (1 replies)

... Ever since then it "flares up" for lack of a better term. This usually happens when I'm waking up in the morning. Right as I open my eyes, bam! Eye pain. This lasts anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour, but the pain is always the same. ... (1 replies)
... For the past month I have had a lightly sharp pain way in the back of my eyes. More like a headache type of thing. I went to both optometrist and opthamologist and both said they saw nothing. ... (0 replies)
Eye problems...
Jul 18, 2015
... Could the reason be brain related as i take a horrific amount of headaches each one worse than the other, and alot of pain behind the right eye.. any advice would be great. Thanks. ... (1 replies)
Eye Concern
Jul 17, 2015
... m when I wore them out tubing at a lake over the July 4th holiday. I went underneath the water a few times. Fast forward a week and I started getting a throbbing pain in both of my eyes. Thankfully at this point that is my only symptom, other then some occasional mild redness. ... (0 replies)
... ut it wasn't a really long time. It was through a closed window which I'm pretty sure has UV protection. 2 weeks later I have no vision problems, but kind of bad eye discomfort. I already visited an eye doctor and I have no eye damage. ... (0 replies)
... I wore safety glasses (from $1.00 store) to prevent accidentally rubbing or scratching my operated eye. Also take all the post-op drops exactly as directed. Cataracts were the only pain-free surgery I ever had! (1 replies)
... Hi Sananda, I am currently dealing with almost the exact same issue and experience. It started on July 9 and I went to the ER 2 days later as the pain was excruciating. Doctor said it was a pseudomonas infection due to my contacts. The overall infection has cleared up now. ... (1 replies)
... jazzzdiva, So sorry to hear about your experience. Finding good doctor is the key. I made my story short but in fact it was not so much. I had two episodes of retinal tear within three days. When first happened I saw dark flashes in left bottom corner. Went to ophthalmologist (not optometrist) to check it out. And he did not see anything. I asked where the huge... (10 replies)
... My husband was working on the electric at the house and accidentally stabbed the outer corner of his eyelid with a screwdriver. He seems ok just a little pain at first but he woke up today with it seeping a clear mucus and slight discomfort when he opened it. ... (0 replies)
... Two weeks ago my eye began to tear continuously, and I was sensitive to sunlight. ... (1 replies)
... mostly my right eye but still in both. ... (6 replies)
Severe eye pain
Aug 28, 2013
... I've been on Biaxin 8 days and the Benzonatate 1 day . Is it possible that one of these medications is causing my eye pain ? ... (1 replies)
... I'm a computer programmer and didn't have any problems until about 3 years ago. Although I do not have eye pain per se, I do feel very weird after working on a computer all day. ... (4 replies)
... I've had pain in the top of my left eye...right underneath the eyelid. I used eye drops and it gets better for a while, but then returns later sometimes. ... (0 replies)
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... effects. However, you said that you had pain and floaters before you started any treatment and that the ophthalmologist has already changed the medication. ... (7 replies)
... You should not have pain in your eye and it seems strange that your ophthalmologist is treating it so casually. The fact that you have floaters associated with eye pain suggests a retinal problem although the ophthalmologist should be able to see that. ... (7 replies)

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