Pain At The Tip Of The Eye Especially When Blinking?
Good afternoon, doctor. I have complaints in the eye area, specifically under the tip of the eye (not near the base of the nose), and in front of the eye socket. Initially rheumatic pain / pain like a point, left to be under the middle eye, for blinking felt pain, and if it does not blink it feels like thick, even though it has been compressed with ice cubes and enough sleep. This symptom has been two days. That’s why huh? And what should I do so that the symptoms disappear. thanks.
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Pain and aches that are felt mainly in the outer corner of the eye may indicate the following conditions:
Hordeolum (nodules, inflammation of the oil glands in the eyelid)
Skin infections around the eyes, for example due to acne, folliculitis, shingles
Contact dermatitis (inflammation of the skin due to allergies to substances that come in contact with the skin, or due to contact with substances that are irritating)
Insect or other animal bites
Others, such as preseptal cellulitis, migraine, cluster headache, trigeminal or facial neuralgia, asthenopia, psychosomatic disorders, injuries, etc.
This aches and aches should be treated first with the following natural treatment steps:
Compress areas that are painful and sore with warm water
Do not touch the area with complaints with dirty hands
Limit first activities that are tiring to the eye, such as staring at gadgets, reading small print, driving long distances
Always keep the eyes and the surrounding area always clean
Do not carelessly use contact lenses, cosmetics around the eyes, and other eye care products without first consulting a doctor
Do not rub your eyes excessively
Protect the eyes so as not to enter foreign objects that are dangerous, irritating or allergenic
However, if the complaint still does not improve for up to 3 days or more after you undergo the above tricks optimally, do not hesitate to check yourself directly to the doctor or ophthalmologist. medicine, or maybe he will refer you to the right specialist doctor.
Hope this helps ...