It may be possible that your astigmatism is not very severe, so that you are unconsciously compensating for it, with eyestrain and headache as a result. Sounds like something worth following up on, since you may need just a pair of glasses rather than something invasive or pharmaceutical. Here's an article on it: http://www.kellogg.umich.edu/patientcare/conditions/astigmatism.html Also, "blurry" is a very subjective evaluation for people to make. Some people think they see just fine when they have 20/80 vision and really should be wearing glasses all the time. Other people with a very slight eyeglass prescription think they see horrible and are surprised when the eye doctor doesn't prescribe glasses for them.
Others have blurry near vision and clear distance vision, and those with the most severe cases have blurry near and distance vision. Headaches and eyestrain may also occur.
No, call your doctor ASAP
Im no doctor, but I had severe headaches for about a month straight, I finally went to the Ear,Nose and Throat doctor due to some congestion as well, and turns out I have severe sinusitis. He prescribed Allegra D and levaquin, I havent had a headache like that since!
could be dying. go to doctor
If your headaches are severe, and Tylenol and asperine do not give you any relief, you may need an eye exam, however,d a doctor will properly diagnose you.
you should consult a diffrent doctor.
asprin It depends on what is causing the headaches (I'm focusing on the "severe" part). If it's stress, relaxation techniques should help, maybe some muscle relaxants which you need to get from your doctor. If it's a migrane, you may need something a little more powerful and for that you'll also need to see a doctor.
Astigmatism is blurred vision caused by an irregularly shaped cornea. Astigmatism is when the cornea of the eye is shaped like a rugby ball rather than being spherical. It causes the eye to have two focal points rather than one and can lead to strain and headaches if uncorrected. Astigmatism is the 'Cylinder' value in a prescription. Around 70% of people who wear spectacles have astigmatism. It can also be corrected with toric contact lenses and laser eye surgery. People with severe astigmatism may experience double vision if it not corrected. Astigmatism can indeed worsen with time, as the eye grows and changes. There is nothing you can do to prevent this change and it will only require a change to the prescription in your glasses in order to correct your vision. It is also possible for the astigmatism to go away. It's when the eyeball is not perfectly round.
Blindness, bone deformity. endless severe headaches,
Not sure headaches relate to the heaviness, but periods very commonly cause severe headaches.
Yes, codeine can cause headache, especially in those who get Migraines. See your doctor for diagnosis and treatment of any new or severe headache.
We cannot diagnose medical symptoms. You should see a doctor immediately. These can be symptoms of serious, even life-threatening, physical disorders.