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... I thought maybe I did have high blood pressure because everytime i've gone to the Dr. the past couple months my pressure was high..but i learned that since I have a little anxiety when i go that my pressure just goes up on its own. ... (7 replies)
... Now, I've also tried eyedrops which didn't seem to help, I've also tried nasal sprays to releive the pressure behind the eyes, but that had no effect either. I've also been treated for depression, but that is not either. No medication has had any effect on me at all. ... (10 replies)
... I've had this myself for the past couple of weeks. I don't wear glasses on contacts though. Pressure seems to switch between both eyes, but left eye is the only one that twitches. Pressure is new, but eye has twitched for as long as I can remember. ... (1 replies)

... vision, no glaucoma, pressure in eyes is normal etc. ... (4 replies)
... Sometimes I get this pressure in my eyes where things start to cross. The only way to relieve it is to squeeze the part right between my eyes. Ive had double vision twice also but that was over 2 years ago. Ive also notice this floater in my left eye that wont go away. It comes and goes. ... (1 replies)
... nk you KeelaC for your message. Yes, it did get the iritis under control very fast. Does anyone know how long it takes for the prednisone to dissapate from the eyes after the injections? ... (7 replies)
... I've been using Xalatan for a year and a half with no problems or side effects that I know of. My eyes are still the same color. I also use cosopt 2 times a day with no known side effects. ... (4 replies)
... inger and index finger, and hold them horizontally parallel right in front of your eyes, with only a small gap separating them, you will see two thin black lines between the fingers. ... (7 replies)
Eye pressure
Oct 29, 2006
... I feel constant pressure inside my eyes, between my eyes and in my temples. It's attended by mild nausea. It's made worse by focusing my eyes and by lack of rest. It is NOT glaucoma. My Intraocular Pressure appears to be normal and my optic nerves are normal. ... (1 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Feb 17, 2005
... loppy. He asked if I slept on my stomach which I said I did. He indicated that having contact with the eye and pillow overnight is not a good thing because the pressure can create inflammation. ... (488 replies)
... Now for the not so good news, he was also concerned about my eye pressure readings over the last few months. He wants me to come back next month for a dialated exam, visual field and that new OCT test. ... (488 replies)
Dry eyes....Help!
Sep 28, 2004
... Boy, you really don't need this with everything else going on. As far as ocular pressure goes, it could very well be caused by the steriods you have tried. How many have you tried? ... (488 replies)
... I have been dealing with conjunctivitis, dry eyes and ocular rosacea issures...ie. blepharitis etc. ... (1 replies)
... k, inner part of the eye that prepares images for processing by the brain. An individual experiencing the aura of ocular migraine could cover or close one of the eyes and stop the symptoms. Not so for an individual experiencing traditional aura. ... (20 replies)
... ay 14, to test the pressure, and it went down to 24. With that number, the surgeon did not see me, and he instructed me to set up a 2 week follow up to test the pressure again. ... (27 replies)
... already a part of my eyes anatomy was becoming larger or irritating my eye in some way if that makes any sense at all. ... (0 replies)
What is this?
Aug 10, 2013
... My doctor also said that my eye pressure is very good. ... (0 replies)
... and had numerous tests over the years which have all been fine. Such tests include both a CT and MRI of my brain, ENG, EEG, ECG, numerous blood tests and blood pressure tests, eye exams etc. ... (2 replies)
... is considered normal between 10 and 20. ... (1 replies)
... Hi , I'm 53 and waiting to see if my left eye will improve. diagonsis was retina refraction detachment. Which the retina specialist explained as the vitreous gel was attaching to my retina and not "sliding" off". There's a 50/50 chance it could get better with no surgery, so I'm just "waiting" to see. Has anyone had a similar problem, and if so , how long did it last ? ... (33 replies)


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