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Right eye pain
Since past 2 days my right eye has been paining which goes all the way to my head. I am a business analyst and have to work all day on computer i have my power glasses too. But the pain doesn't seems to go down its been paining continuously at the same intensity since past 2 days.
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Hello This could be due to dryness Try A cold compresses B. Use antiglare glasses C. Use Lubricating eyedrop like lubrex frequently Having said that it is provisional diagnosis Kindly consult local ophthalmologist and get proper eye examination done
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Since you are a regular computer user if so it might be computer vision syndrome so please put lubricant eye drops e.g. teardrop 3to4 times daily and rub ocupol dx eye oint to be rubbed twice daily on lids.take some analgesic tab as and when needed. Or Consult an ophthalmologist nearby
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Follow 20.20.formula ie close your eyes for 20seconds after every 20minutes. Keep proper distance between eyes and screen ie approx 20inches.wash your eyes with freshwater frequently and also do cold compresses with ice and consume lot of fresh fruit and vegetables and don't sit facing towards ac or blowers
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Hello, Is the headache one sided? Any nausea? Redness/ increase light sensitivity in eyes? Do consult an ophthalmologist to evaluate your glass power, convergence,any eye infection, IOP, uveitis. Consult a physician if persisting headache to rule out migraine. About your continued computer work,follow 20/20/20 rule which means after 20 mins of continuous comp work,look at something 20 feet away for 20 second then get back to comp work to relax your eye muscles. Start refresh liquigel 4 times a day in both eyes.
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