This may be a symptom of dry eye or uncorrected refractive error. This may also be a symptom of sinusitis. If you are satisfied with the ophthalmologist you consulted, then consult a physician or neurologist. Or else take another ophthalmologists opinion.
this may be due to dryness
you can 1. Blink a lot
2. Wash eyes with fresh water
3. Cold compresses
4. Use lubricating eye drop like flogel
This could be due to sinusitis also...consult ENT specialist also
Well you can. Consult a neurologist for your satisfaction....to see about te central causes leading to increased pressure in eyes...so yes if you consult a neurologist you will rule out all the causes....thank you
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