I had Lasik surgery several months ago (in January) and now find myself constantly waking up in the morning feeling a pressure/pain in my eyes. Feels like someone punched both of my eyes. Like a stiffness, pressure, pain.
This pain persists for most of the day and during the night. This has been going on for several months. Eye doctors see my eyes as healthy. MRI's, Cat Scans, dilation of the eyes, etc all turn out fine, but the pain is there.
No pain reliever makes the pain go away. Eye drops don't work either.
Can this have nothing to do with my eyes at all? What should I be researching?
I am planning on getting an enhancement on my right eye because it is about -2.50. I am also going to "visual therapy" at the moment, but the pain persists.
any comments on this situation would be of great help, thanks!
having similar problem, please keep me posted!
I also have dry eye - just found out that my tears dry in 2 seconds as suppose to 20 seconds. At the moment using liquifilm tears drops 3-4 times a day. Last time measured pressure was high.
I had the same you need to try flaxseed oil trust me its better than any eye drops,you get it from the health shop,teaspoon in morning and tea spoon in evening,see difference after few days then just take it as a dietary supplement like vitamin c ,let me know how you get on!
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