Eye Allergies An eye allergy is an irritation with symptoms of red, tearing, or burning feeling in your eyes. Eye Discharge



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Eye Allergies

An eye allergy is an irritation with symptoms of red, tearing, or burning feeling in your eyes.


Eye Discharge

Eye discharge is a yellowish and sticky substace. Though most causes of eye discharge are harmless, medical attention is sometimes required.


Eye Flashes

If you're experiencing eye flashes, it’s either nothing harmful or a sign of something serious.


Eye Floaters

Eye floaters are tiny specks, circles, or thread-like clouds that appear in your field of vision.


Eye Injury

Eye injury is common among welders, construction workers, and industrial cleaners who do not wear protective gear while working.


Eye Pain

Eye pain can be described as a stabbing, throbbing, or burning feeling in your eye. This pain can be classified under orbital and ocular.


Eye Pressure

A change in eye pressure may indicate a more serious problem.


Eye Strain

While eye strain may not be a serious problem, it can be indicative of a serious condition.


Eye Swelling

Eyes swell due to a variety of reasons, including trauma or allergy.


Eye Twitching

Eye Twitching may be annoying but it is rarely connected to a more serious eye condition.


Eyelashes Falling Out

Hypotrichosis or alopecia areata can cause hair loss on the scalp, as well as on your eyebrows and eyelashes.


Eyelid Laceration

An eyelid laceration can be a very painful injury. Severe injury may require medical attention.


Hyphema - Blood in the Eye

The term hyphema refers to the the accumulation of blood in the anterior chamber of the eye. A hyphema may be no more than a tiny spot or severe enough to obscure vision.


Itchy Eyes

Itchy eyes are a main reaction to allergies but there can be causes unrelated to seasonal and perennial allergies.


Night Blindness

Night blindness refers to the inability to see well at night or in poorly lit areas.


Nystagmus

Nystagmus refers to involuntary eye movement that commonly occurs in children. However, this may develop in anyone at any time.



Peripheral Vision

Peripheral vision is simply your side vision, which is just as important as your central vision.



Photophobia

Light sensitivity is a symptom of an underlying cause.


Puffy Eyelids

Puffy eyelids can be irritating, annoying, and painful at times. Some causes of puffy eyelids are avoidable, while others are not.


Puffy Eyes

Puffy eyes is simply swelling of the eyes due to different factors.


Red Bloodshot Eyes

Red eyes could be due to illness, injury, or an eye condition. This is caused when the blood vessels inside the sclera become irritated.


Scratched Cornea

Corneal abrasion is a common injury that occurs when a foreign body scratches the eye’s surface.


Snow Blindness Photokeratitis

This condition is caused by the damaging effects of UV rays.


Sore Eyes

Sore eyes is a viral form of conjunctivitis.


Swollen Eyelid

There are many symptoms of swollen eyelids, which are caused by allergic, bacterial, and viral infections.


Tired Eyes

Tired eyes make it difficult for you to function throughout the day.


Tunnel Vision

Tunnel vision is the loss of peripheral vision caused by a myriad of reasons. It may be temporary or permanent.


Vision Change

If ignored, change in vision can worsen and severely impact your way of life. There are many possible causes, as well as preventive measures available.


Vision Loss

Vision loss can happen gradually or suddenly.


Watery Eyes

Watery eyes can be caused by dryness, allergies, medication, and blocked tear ducts.


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