Eye pain is often described as burning, sharp, shooting, dull, rough, a feeling of ""something in my eye,"" aching, pressure, throbbing, or stabbing. Sometimes pain originating from the eye is confused with other symptoms, such as a headache, sinus pain, toothache, or a migraine.
HOW IS EYE PAIN DIAGNOSED?
Diagnosis of the eye pain is vital if it has become a common occurrence and happens everyday. Your ophthalmology expert would check your eyes to see internal scarring or signs of cysts. They may also check your power again.
HOW IS EYE PAIN TREATED?
The ophthalmologist depending on the reason can accordingly prescribe antihistamines drops or oral drugs, antibacterial and antiviral eye drops and ointments, steroids, etc. In few cases warm compress also reduces the discomfort.
DID YOU KNOW?
Sometimes Eye Pain can heal on its own, but it can also be a sign of something more serious.