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Eyes Hurt...
Jun 21, 2005
... Is the pain behind your eyes or in your eyes? ... (4 replies)
Dec 13, 2003
... ocular pressure go up. My eye dr made me come in at least every 2 weeks while I was on it to get my pressure checked. The dexamethasone was wonderful for me because it really really helped with my itching and dryness and inflammation. It was the ONLY thing that helped. ... (1 replies)
... When I saw my doctor he worked very hard to get my pressure down that day. I visited him the next day and my right eye was down in the 30's and my left was at 22. I left Alaska the next day. ... (9 replies)

... Also sounds like you could have some issues with your blood pressure... ... (7 replies)
... You should definitely go to an opthamologist or your GP to have that checked out. From the way you describe it, it could be glaucoma and could cause you to lose your eyesight if it is not corrected. ... (2 replies)
... seeing moving lights, pressure behind head and clogged ears. My eyes don't feel 'equal' when looking at TV's, comps etc. Sometimes it even starts hurting after 2 minutes! Sometimes I feel like my eyes are going cross eyed. ... (4 replies)
It's About Time...
Jan 25, 2006
... You mentioned headaches and sinus you think they effect your eyes? ... (89 replies)
... I'm sorry that your eyes did not give you a break this weekend. But I hope you had a good time anyway. Lotemax is a good drop. It should help. ... (244 replies)
... My eyes are extremely sensitive and whenever my pressure goes up I get a slight headache, kinda like a sinus headache, behind my eyes. My eyes also begin to feel very tired like I cannot keep them open. It especially hurts with movement. I also start to see some floaters and flashers. ... (7 replies)
... Eye allergies would not generally cause a feeling of pressure behind the eyes. That's where the sinuses come in. Eye allergies would cause itchy, burning, red eyes. ... (1 replies)
... I'm feeling pretty much the same as I had been. My eyes don't seem to be as dry this week, but they are itchy and are burning, and they just don't feel comfortable. ... (56 replies)
... Try to sit at least a full arms length from the screen, adjust brighness to see clearly without getting uncomfortable, make sure your monitor is not sitting in front of a window or bright background, if glasses are needed get them so you can se very well at exactly one full arms length. ... (10 replies)
... t's usually not that bad. It usually happens when I go to bed, I lie down, lights out, and after a while I start seeing flickering light. It doesn't matter if my eyes are open or closed. It stops after a while, or I have to look at bright light to make it stop. ... (5 replies)
... even if your tear film is normal, its possible that your eyes are still dry. try eye drops and see if that makes any difference. try some warm compresses on your eyes as well. your eye pressure is normal? ... (5 replies)
... God, it's hell in my daily life. It is a constant pressure. numbness and burning behind my eyes... Does anyone know a treatment for that? ... (2 replies)
... I also have the same annoying feeling behind and in my eyes. They feel as if there was extra pressure on them. ... (1 replies)
... yeah dialated an all. How bad are your flashes cause mine seem to be getting kind of worse. At first it was look at the sky and I see them, now it's look at a dim light and I can still see them. ... (27 replies)
... tell them you have a headace and then tell them about your eye problems!!!!! ... (2 replies)
... to look in behind eye. I am confused and scared. ... (3 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Sep 16, 2004
... of the time. It is so nice of you to share all your info since you have been "at this" awhile now. By the way, my baseline pressure runs high at about 19 or 20. I even had a 22 reading and that was NOT on steroids. Drs don't seem to be concerned. ... (488 replies)

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