Eye Pain When Moving The Eyeball?
Good night. I want to consult a little at once to ask. So this, my eye muscles are painful when I move, such as to look up, sideways or rotate the eyeballs feel painful especially the eye muscles in the eyelids and over the eyes. At first I only had a normal fever, but one day later a high fever was followed by a heavy head, severe dizziness, and pain in both eye muscles. I then took medication for headaches and it happened that my fever and headache began to improve but the pain in my eye muscles was still felt. And now I feel a twitch under one of my eyes continuously. At first I thought, maybe it’s because of my messy hours of sleep. But does it really have to do with my hours of sleep? Then what should I do? Should I see a doctor directly or wait for it to heal itself?
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Complaints of pain in the eye when the eyeball is moved is a common complaint that is often encountered in health services. Because the eye is composed of various tissues that support eye function, complaints of pain in the eye can be caused by inflammation or impaired function of its constituent tissue, such as skin / eyelid tissue, tear glands, muscles, bones, nerves and organs of the eyeball itself, So that complaints of pain in the eye area need to be known, which constituent tissue system aggravates pain complaints.
Some of the causes of complaints of pain in the eye area can be triggered by several conditions, such as:
1. inflammation of the eye
2. increased pressure in the eyeball
3. infection of the skin of the lids or infection of the tear glands
5. muscle tension around the eyes
6. trigeminal nerve disorders
In connection with your question, the presence of eye pain complaints when the eyes are moved, may be caused by muscle tension around the eyes, especially the muscles that help the eye movement in all directions. Muscle tension around this eye can occur and can be triggered by several things, such as:
2. minus eye
3. physical fatigue
4. lack of sleep
5. history of trauma to the eye
6. nervous system disorders of the muscles around the eyes
7. pressure when the eyes increase
If you have previously experienced a fever complaint and your physical condition is now better, complaints of fever and other comorbidities can aggravate complaints of tension in the eye muscles or pain in your eye area when moved; and complaints in the eye are still persistent mainly due to your unhealthy sleep patterns. Therefore, you should evaluate all the triggering factors above and correct and control all of these triggering factors, so, it is hoped that your complaints will improve.
And if you have tried to control and improve your sleep patterns, but in the next 3-4 days, complaints of pain in the eyes when moved this should you consult directly with your eye specialist. And you should not wait too long to visit an eye doctor, especially if this complaint is still disturbing. The doctor will do a direct examination and test your eyes to find out other possible causes. Treatment will be given according to the examination results obtained.
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