Pain In The Left Eyelid Every Month?
, I want to ask why yes once a month my left eye hurts sometimes the upper eyelid is on the tip and sometimes below the tip too. r nAlmost once a month r nAnd for that month it’s been 2x a month r nAnd how to treat it. Thank you .ig
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Pain in the eye, especially the recurrent and recurring eyelids, can occur due to disorders of the eye components, nerve disorders, psychological disorders, or other causes.
Here are some possibilities that could trigger your condition:
Eye disorders, such as conjunctivitis (inflammation of the conjunctiva), uveitis (inflammation of the uveal tract), glaucoma (increased pressure in the eyeball), blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelids), hordeolum (stye, inflammation of the glands in the eyelids), asthenopia (tired eyes)
Disorders of the nerves around the eyes, for example due to diabetes, deficiency of certain vitamins or minerals, post herpetic neuralgia, multiple sclerosis
Psychosomatic disorders, for example when you are under stress, anxiety, or excessive depression
Other disorders, such as sinusitis, migraines, cluster headaches, brain tumors, and so on
Some of the conditions above often recur and recur due to the trigger factors that are not avoided. For example, allergic conjunctivitis can recur if you are frequently exposed to pollen, dust, or other allergens. Another example, a hordeolum can recur if the disorder in the glands in your eyelids is not treated properly. Etc.
We recommend that you first check your complaint with a doctor or ophthalmologist. If it is suspected that the pain is thought to have originated from other causes than eye disorders, the doctor can refer you to the right specialist for further treatment.
At this time, first relieve the pain that appears using warm water compresses or taking pain relievers (such as paracetamol). Be more careful in observing what often causes pain to worsen, then as much as possible avoid the trigger. Also protect your eyes from getting into harmful irritants, such as dust, smoke, or other foreign objects. Avoid tiring activities (including reading too long), control stress well, and get plenty of rest.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah