The Position Of The Right And Left Eyeballs Is Different?
Good night,. Lately, my eyes are uncomfortable. Around the right eye, either the upper / lower eye or eyebrows often throb and my head is also dizzy. After I checked, my right eyeball felt slightly down, in contrast to my left eyeball. What happen with me,?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The eyeball should not be able to go down by itself, because the eyeball has a socket or cavity where it resides made of bone. Not only that, the eyeball is also supported by the muscles around the eyeball itself which makes its position not easy to change. New eyeballs can go down, if there is interference with the nerve or cancer that makes it pushed out of the socket and down.
So in your case, it is necessary to have an examination by a professional such as an eye doctor to find out if your eyeballs have come down from their proper position. Because if you check it yourself, or judged by people who are not competent, the results can be biased and invalid. In addition, by seeing an ophthalmologist, not only do you know whether your eyes are really down or not, but you also know the possible causes behind them.
As for complaints that the lower part of the eye is often throbbing and dizzy head, this is a common symptom and can occur regardless of the position of the eyeball that changes, such as malnutrition, migraine, nerve disorders, tension headaches, and much more. You can also ask your eye doctor about this to find out if it is related to one another. Meanwhile, there is no need to worry too much, compress the throbbing area with a warm compress, and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.