Over the last several days I have been experiencing a strange feeling above my right eye. It almost has a feeling of heaviness above the eye and my eyelid feels sluggish or droopy but looking at me it doesn't appear this way. My eye feels lazy. It has done this before when I'm tired but never for this long. My vision has been fine and it is slightly uncomfortable but not painful to move the eye or sore to the touch. No swelling or anything like that. I have been under a lot of stress lately could this be from that or is it something more serious like optic neuritis?
Been having this eye sensitivity and heaviness in my eyes. It all started one day that I took a flight to Puerto Rico. The next day after the flight I woke up dizzy after that my eyes became heavy and I have a weird pressure on my head its mostly in the back of the head. My eyes have been sensitive to the lights like movie theaters and store with heavy lighting. Doctors said its sinus problems does any one have an opinion ?
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