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1,812 Possible Causes for Burning Eyes, Periorbital Dark Circles

  • Allergic Conjunctivitis

    Common symptoms come and go but include burning and itching of the eyes and light sensitivity.[] Symptoms may be seasonal and can include: Intense itching or burning eyes Puffy eyelids, most often in the morning Red eyes Stringy eye discharge Tearing (watery eyes) Widened[] Red, itchy, watery, and burning eyes are common symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis. You may also wake up in the morning with puffy eyes.[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Hoarseness, loss of taste and smell, mild burning of the eyes and a feeling of pressure in the ears or sinuses, due to obstruction and/or mucosal swelling, may also occur.[]

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  • Allergic Rhinitis

    Typical symptoms extend beyond the nose to include an itchy or sore throat and itchy, burning, watery eyes that may look red due to allergic conjunctivitis.[] […] and stinging sensations in the nasal area. 1,10 Ocular Allergies If a patient is experiencing watery and itchy eyes due to allergies, ocular antihistamine products, such[] […] and therapy should be continued for at least 2 to 4 weeks to achieve optimal effect. 1 The most common adverse effect is sneezing, and other adverse effects may include burning[]

  • Periorbital Edema

    Encyclopedia) Eye and orbit ultrasound (Medical Encyclopedia) Eye burning - itching and discharge (Medical Encyclopedia) Eye pain (Medical Encyclopedia) Eye redness (Medical[] dark circles References [ edit ][] Photosensitivity, a sensitivity to light May experience intense pain in the affected eye, with eye movement also exacerbating pain Eye itchiness or burning may be present,[]

  • Hay Fever

    Some may cause side effects, such as a stinging or burning feeling in your eyes.[] An analogy is the intense burning and watering of the eyes that can occur when cutting onions.[] Hay fever affects about 1 in 7 people , who endure watery eyes, sneezing and itchiness during the spring months.[]

  • Insect Bite

    When using this product: Do not get in eyes Do not apply over large areas of the body or bandage In case of of deep or puncture wounds, animal bites or serious burns, consult[] Ticks bite appearance “Bulls-eye” rash can be signs that a tick had Lyme Disease bite symptoms Initial sign is redness around the bite area Itchiness Burning sensation notes[] If in eyes, flush with water for 15 minutes and call a physician.[]

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  • Urinary Tract Infection

    […] bleeding, and pain/numbness/burning/tingling/weakness in any part of the body.[] Other severe and less common side effects include new signs of infection (for example, fever and persistent sore throat ), eye pain, vision changes, mood changes, easy bruising[]

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  • Corneal Burn

    Corneal burn, or eye burn, can result when certain chemicals come into contact with your eyes.[] If the eye was caught in a burn or scratched by tree branch or finger nail then it is very likely that it will heal nicely with minimal eye damage.[] 4/27/2012 4:36PM - in reply to it burns eye doktor it burns wrote: Ugh, this is what I was afraid of.[]

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  • Chemical Burn of the Cornea

    Corneal burn, or eye burn, can result when certain chemicals come into contact with your eyes.[] Symptoms of Chemical Eye Burns Vision loss is indicative of a severe chemical eye burn.[] Chemical Eye Burn Overview Chemical exposure to any part of the eye or eyelid may result in a chemical eye burn. Chemical burns represent 7-10% of eye injuries.[]

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  • Hypersensitivity

    Symptoms of EHS EHS is characterized by a collection of non-specific symptoms, such as: Skin disturbances (redness, tingling and burning sensations) Neurological issues (fatigue[] […] difficulty concentrating, dizziness) Headaches and nausea Chest pain Blood pressure changes Swollen lymph nodes Frequent infections Sleep disturbance Depression and irritability Eye[]

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