The Eyes Feel Uncomfortable When Tired Accompanied By The Head Feels Floating?
Hi Doctor, I am a woman aged 32 years, height 150 bb 58kg. Two months ago I was diagnosed with uveitis by an ophthalmologist, and at the same time I was 4 to 6 weeks pregnant. The right eye only, very red u0026amp; photophobia, but not opaque / come out dirt / tears. When I’m just given p-pred eye drops. Then I was required to have a blood check, all the blood tests were good (CMV, herpes, TORCH, et al but had been past, for the results that were currently negative) for the autoimmune test results which showed 1: 320. But the day before my blood test I miscarried. A month later the eyes improved, the use of p-pred was stopped. However, if a little tiredness the right eye still feels uncomfortable (a bit blurry and the muscles around the eyes feel tight). Plg disturbing the head feels like floating, but no complaints dizzy / headache. Then I was told to test for lupus u0026amp; HB, but the results are good too. Kmdn 2 weeks ago I went to the nerve pointer u0026amp; only given vertigo medication (mertigo u0026amp; stugeron). On average, the eye doctor’s advice is to improve sleep patterns, but I don’t think it’s because it’s my problem, because my sleep patterns are normal, even though I’m not perfect. It’s been almost 2 months since I developed uveitis. Eye complaints are still the same as above, my head doesn’t feel too much flying, but now I feel my hands u0026amp; my left leg often feels a little tingling sensation (for example my 10th tingling level on level 3), ears feel ringing (but still frequency very low because it really does not interfere with hearing), severe hair loss. I am very afraid of “confused … what is my pain, how should I go, and should go to the doctor especially … right now my appetite is going up and down, if I have thought about my pain my appetite is gone” feels nauseous. for bb there was no significant decrease, since the beginning of illness until now there was only a decrease of 2-3kg because once I had no appetite because I thought about my pain .. Please advise the doctor what I should do u0026amp; I think it hurts whether I … Sorry if my explanation is too long. thanks.
Hello Maya! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Uveitis is a form of inflammation in the eye, especially the uvea region. The uvea is the part of the eye that provides blood flow to the inner lining of the retina. Symptoms that often appear in patients with uveitis include red eyes accompanied by pain, sensitivity to light, blurred vision, visible dark areas floating in the visual field, and a sharp decrease in vision. Symptoms can occur in one or both eyes. Autoimmune disease is indeed one of the causes of uveitis. If the doctor who examined you suspects that you have autoimmune uveitis, you should check whether there are autoimmune disorders in other organs. If you are still in doubt and want to be examined further, you can see a specialist in internal medicine, especially allergic and immunological subspecialists. Bring all the results of the examination that you have lived so far. You should also convey what treatments you have received. Even better if you come to an internist at the same hospital where you examine your eyes and nerves. Thus, the doctor can see all records of examinations and treatments that you have ever been through. The doctor will examine you directly and discuss with you about the next plan. Right now, even though your appetite is decreasing, try to force yourself to keep eating so that you get enough strength to fight your illness. If eating makes you nauseous, try eating small amounts often. There is no need to go too far thinking about your illness because it can stress you psychologically. If you do have an autoimmune disease, the disease can also be triggered or recur due to stress. Getting enough rest and increasing physical activity can help you manage that stress.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.