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Sudden pain in the neck, dizziness, breathlessness, blurred vision, painful eye. See an opthalmologist?

During straining I experinced a sudden pain on my right side of neck , like a stinging throat ache! Also I felt dizzy and slightly uncomfortable, as weel as breathless . Immediately after I unserstood I had vision problem on right eye, which continues. I have a very blurred vision as if I am starring though a glass full of stains and a slight pain in eye. Is it temporary, will it pass by itself or should I see a doctor. I am 50 years old female!
Asked On : Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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Thanks for choosing HCM for your query.
While straining there can be a rise of intra ocular pressure and there can be chance of some bleeding into the gel in the eye ( vitreous ). This is common in people of middle to old age..
If you are a diabetic consult your ophthalmologist as early as possible.
A vitreous hemorrhage without a predisposing cause generally clears within 2-3 wks.
I will be available for further queries.. Take care..
Answered: Sat, 3 Aug 2013
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