Sometimes the eyes are fuzzy, easy to spend, dizzy, headache and nausea
The left eye was swollen in the first four or five days, The left eye is less open than the right eye, Bloodshot white eyeballs, Seeing things is a little blurred (mostly when getting up in the morning), Some pain, Then I went to the Eye Hospital on New Year’s Day, After several examinations (the results are as follows), the doctor said it was conjunctivitis, and prescribed eye drops to drip back. Then, from yesterday afternoon, the left head began to hurt a little and felt dizzy. Then this morning, I felt dizzy and headache, a little nausea, my left eye was swollen, my eyes were easy to spend, and my eyes were often blurred, but after rubbing my eyes, they were not blurred. I see glaucoma is also these symptoms, so I am worried that I have glaucoma, but I don’t have the current rainbow vision phenomenon, my eyes are not very painful or fuzzy and easy to flower, and my eyes are not very red as a whole. I feel a little bloodshot when I drop eye drops. So what is my situation now? Is the next step to continue to drop eye drops or go to the hospital to do what examination?
According to your description, Combined with your age, You now have two demonstrations of 1.5, I don’t know if you wear glasses or naked eyes, If is wears the eyeglasses, this kind of circumstance eyeglasses match is too high, also can eye sore swollen fatigue, you check the result basically is normal range now, should consider or cause eyestrain after excessive forever, eyedrop can continue to use, need money can hot compress, convenient words, reduce the degree of the eye
Your condition is still the clinical manifestation of conjunctivitis. Of course, it does not rule out the head pain caused by high intraocular pressure. You can drop eye drops to reduce intraocular pressure. If you come to the hospital, check the intraocular pressure to eliminate the possibility of glaucoma, otherwise you are always worried about playing less mobile phones and taking more rest, especially not staying up late to avoid overuse of eyes.
According to your description, symptoms, medical history and photos, This situation is more common in visual fatigue, Lack of water and excessive internal heat, Vitamin deficiency, etc., Causing allergic conjunctivitis symptoms, Can cause ciliary congestion, White edema, Causing feedback pain of trigeminal nerve, Levofloxacin eye drops, Stulun eye drops, praloprofen eye drops, etc. need to be given for anti-inflammatory, anti-infection, anti-fatigue and microcirculation improvement treatment. Later, you can go to the ophthalmology clinic for another anterior chamber gonioscopy, slit lamp microscopy and intraocular pressure examination to judge whether there are risk factors for glaucoma attack