The Cause Of Watery Eye Pain That Hurts To The Eyebrows?
Tonight, the last 2 days my eyes until my eyebrows hurt to the point that my eyes runny accompanied by fever.
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Pain behind the eyeball can be caused by a disruption in the eye organ itself, such as an infection in the eye, usually characterized by red, watery eyes, accompanied by greenish yellow secretions or splints, or it could be due to visual or visual impairment, glaucoma or increased pressure in the eye, which can cause complaints about pain in the eyes, blurred vision, headaches, etc. Back pain of the eyeball can also be caused by a disturbance in the surrounding organs, such as sinusitis, where there is a buildup of fluid in the sinus cavity that is located near the eye, complaints of pain in sinusitis usually get worse when the head is moved, bowed or turned around, because the fluid in the sinus cavity will come along and will stimulate pain or burning sensation in the face. Some things that can increase the risk of these complaints include, a long history of colds, allergies, nasal polyps, and others. In addition, the cause of back pain in the eyeball can also be caused by cluster headaches, which are characterized by severe headaches, spreading to the eyes, and usually causing the eyes to turn red. It can also arise in response to fever. Fever is a body's defense reaction to the presence of foreign objects or germs that enter the body, these germs will stimulate the body to raise the temperature and cause complaints of joint pain, back pain in the eyeball, muscle aches, and others. If complaints are felt to be disturbing you should immediately consult a doctor, the doctor will conduct question and answer, physical examination, and supporting examinations if needed such as laboratories, X-rays, and others. Handling will be adjusted to the cause of the complaint. Adequate rest should be avoided, avoid conditions that can cause these complaints, eat nutritious foods, meet the needs of fluids, cold compresses if felt painful and hot, avoid stress, cigarettes, and alcohol. Do not delay to see a doctor if the complaint is felt not getting better, getting worse, or accompanied by severe pain, vision problems, and fever.
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