Pain Like Burning That Feels In The Head To The Eyes?
Afternoon, I want to ask first when I was a child I often fell and my head hit hard until now I also still often fall. Then lately I get frequent headaches and even my right eye is also often very painful like burning, then what should I do? The thing is I’ve ever seen a doctor he said I have an ordinary headache, only if the headache is normal until now even worse sometimes the vision is often blackened. Sorry, it’s too long, please answer yes. Thanks
Thank you for the question.
Often a burning pain that feels on the head to the eye accompanied by a view that sometimes blackens can occur because:
Cluster headache (headache that feels dominant in the front of the head to the eye, disappears and arises in a certain period of time)
Migraine (throbbing headache that feels dominant in the side of the head, arises because of neurovascular disorders in the brain)
Trigeminal neuralgia (pain due to trigeminal nerve disorders)
Cerebral aneurysm (emergence of abnormal bulges in blood vessels of the brain that are prone to rupture)
Others, such as post herpes neuralgia, asthenopia, brain tumors, acute closed angle glaucoma, anemia, hypoglycemia, head injury, hypertension, fronal neuralgia, rhinosinusitis, fibromyalgia, nerve nerve, myopia, astigmatism, hypermetropia, psychological disorders, etc.
A history of repeated headaches as you have experienced can affect your current complaint or not. Depending on the cause, your condition needs to be treated differently, some are given enough medication, a supporting examination (such as an x-ray, CT scan, MRI), surgery, or other therapeutic modality. Therefore, you should check your complaint to the doctor or neurologist.
In the meantime, you can first resolve your complaint by:
Take paracetamol when you are in pain that is irritating from the head to the eyes
Compress the head to the eye that feels uncomfortable with warm water
Limit gadget usage (maximum 2 hours a day)
If you have problems with sharp eyesight, such as myopia, use glasses or contact lenses according to the doctor's prescription
Sleep early and regularly
Don't over-drink caffeinated drinks
Diligent relaxation, such as by vacationing, hanging out with loved ones, worshiping, doing hobbies
Wisely managing stress
Hope this helps ...