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Coughing up phlegm, pain under eye lid and top left corner of eye, difficulty seeing. Treatment?

about a couple of days i was coughin up my phelgm like i usually do and after i stopped later that day my right eye started hurting more so up under my eye lid and in the top left corner...when i look to the left it hurts but not as bad as it hurts when i look to the right..but noooo blood is visible nothing has changed eye sight no blood no nothing. So do you think you know what my problem is?
Asked On : Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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hi..u might be having referred pain because of cough/sinusitis..please consult physician/ENT doc for further opinion..u may start antibiotics/ expectorant syrup/steam inhalation..avoid cold drinks..and chilled foods.
u may get vision and refraction tested under standered testing conditions..rather than just imagining the vision in gereral viewing condition..
u may take pain killer if pain is severe paracetamol is safer..
Answered: Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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