Early today, Fri, 9/10/10, I got this sharp shooting pain on the left side of my temple. I took 2 Magnesium capsules and later realized it was gone. Later in the afternoon it came back - it would last only seconds. I went to bed and at 2:00 AM I awoke to go to the bathroom and the pain was still there. I took another Magnesium which hasn't helped. I went online to research headaches and found interesting stuff about ice pick headaches which is what this seems to be only now at 3:00AM when I move my head I feel the pain - it seems to be there all the time now and there is a heaviness on that side of my head. Back in December 2009 I went to an ophthalmologist as I was getting strange zigzag blurry spots in my eyes and was told it was migraines in the eye. I had read Magnesium was excellent for migraines and took 2 - within 30 minutes my eyes cleared up. It's happened 5 more times since then and every time I take the Magnesium it's gone within 20-25 minutes. Right now i...
Generic Name: NAPHAZOLINE - OPHTHALMIC Pronounced: (nah-FAZZ-oh-leen) Clear Eyes Itchy Eye Relief Opht Uses
Naphazoline is a decongestant used to relieve redness,
puffiness, and itchy/watering eyes due to colds, allergies, or eye irritations
(smog, swimming, or wearing contact lenses). It is known as a sympathomimetic
(alpha receptor agonist) that works in the eye to decrease
Some brands of naphazoline eye drops also contain other
ingredients. Lubricants (such as glycerin, hypromellose, or polyethylene glycol
300) help protect the eyes from more irritation. Zinc sulfate, an astringent,
helps reduce redness and irritation.
How To Use Clear Eyes Itchy Eye Relief Opht
Follow all directions on the product package, or use as
directed by your doctor. If you are uncertain about any of the information,
consult your doctor or pharmacist.
To apply eye drops, wash your hands first. To avoid
contamination, do not touch the drop...
Alternative Names Ophthalmalgia; Pain - eye Home Care If the problem is eye strain, rest should relieve the discomfort. If you think your eye pain is due to wearing contact lenses, avoid wearing the lenses for a few days and see if the pain goes away. If the pain is severe, call your health care provider. Call your health care provider if Contact your health care provider if: Something got into your eye that caused the pain The pain came after an eye injury The eye pain is not due to a viral illness or eyestrain The pain is associated with medical problems, such as a history of herpes infections or a new rash The pain is severe (call immediately), or it continues for more than 2 days You have an immune system deficiency You have had recent surgery You have pain, redness, swelling, discharge, or pressure in the eyes that does not go away -- particularly if it affects your vision What to expect at your health care provider's office Your health care provider will check your vision, eye movements, and t...
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