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Having pain and pressure in eye, itchy and dry eye, ear feels watery and hearing buzz. Looking for advice

Hello, I have a constant pain of the fact around my right eye . I feel pressure around the eye and behind it. The eye is itchy and dry. I have no vision problems, but I have a sensation that the eye is moving slower than the left eye. I have to place an additional effort to move the eye. The pain has been there for more than a year, although it became constant one month ago. There were no physical obstacles found in the right hose of the nose; however, I do not have a good breathing through it. Couple of days ago, my ears feel watery and I hear something like a buzz in its. Can you help me with an advise?
Asked On : Fri, 11 May 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
Dry eyes can be managed with lubricating drops, but you need to consult an eye doctor to rule out allergy. Your nose problem may be releived by steam inhalation. If not , consult ENT specialist as the infection can spread to ears.
Answered: Sun, 25 Aug 2013
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