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Headache on skull. Power of eye increased. What is cylindrical headache. How to reduce?

i have a headache in only right back side of the skull and when i visited optic nd checked the power was increased bucause i wasnt wearn though i had power in right 2.5(present 3.25 with cylindrical headache) and inleft its only .75,so can u please help me out to understand what is cylindrical headache power and wat are the reasons that it happend and any way to reduce it..or diminish it...?please help me out
Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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I have gone through your query and understood your concerns. Cylindrical power is increased when you work on computer for long time in a wrong direction which leads to fatigue, dry eyes and increased cylindrical power. I advise you to change the glasses to the correct power as in your case culprit is your glasses. You can take analgesics like ibuprofen in this case for instant relief. Thank you.
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