Eye socket long term pain

Discussion in 'Eye-Care' started by Pedro, Aug 5, 2003.

  1. Pedro

    Pedro Guest

    I have suffered from disconfort/pain in the left eye socket for about
    6 months. It started as a mild disconfort to the eye and is now a
    constant low level pain to the eye socket, specially around the
    top/left side.
    I've been to an ophtamologist who did not find anything wrong with the
    eye itself and a sinus specialist who did not identified anything
    pertinent to his expertise area (he had me do a sinus CT scan which
    showed no problems except for a deformation of the channels behind the
    nose - they are pushed to the right - which according to him I must
    have had since very young). However the pain goes on.
    I use glasses for short sightedness (left 1.5, right 0.5 - I'm afraid
    I'm not familiar with the units used in the UK but I can find out if
    useful) and astigmatism but no contact lenses. Corrected vision is
    near perfect. However I feel that uncorrected vision from the left eye
    is getting significantly worse. I've had the current prescription for
    about 1yr.

    If anybody has a clue about what may be wrong please let me know. I'd
    also like to know if an incorrect eyesight correction could be the
    cause of this.

    Thanks very much.

    Pedro ()
    Pedro, Aug 5, 2003
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  2. Pedro

    Rishigg Guest

    That's the clue.

    What more clue do you need?

    It is clear that your problem comes from mental strain.

    Discard the glasses and start to learn the principles of perfect sight
    without glasses. Look into the Internet for free material.
    Rishigg, Aug 5, 2003
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  3. Pedro

    Kory Postma Guest

    The deformation of the nose channels is due to your parent's
    nutrition. Dr. Weston A. Price D.D.S. studied these and many other
    facial deformities. There is nothing that can be done about it now.

    Kory Postma, Aug 5, 2003
  4. Pedro

    M Guest

    Do you get headaches with it?
    M, Aug 8, 2003
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