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What causes an eyeball to twitch

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My son is 11 years old. His left eyelid has a very rapid constant tremor that never stops. It's not the eyeball, it's the eyelid. One eye. It has been 4+ weeks. ...

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WHAT CAUSES AN AIRBUBLE IN YOUR ACTUAL EYEBALL LINING? IT'S ON THE LEFT EYE, UNDER LOWER LID, THE SIZE OF AN APPLE SEED. THERE IS NO PAIN. ...

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My left eyeball is hurting when i look to the left or to the right. I get a sharp pain in my socket, my eyeball looks smaller than it ever did. I have been getting a lot of headaches from my eye. ...

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Hi..I have a moving black spot in the eyeball itself sort of on the side which is intermittent ...

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It looks like I have a pimple surrounded by redness on my right eyeball. Is this a symptom of pink eye? ...

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Over the past 2 days, whenever I cough, sneeze, blow my nose or shake something hard eg a piece of wet washing, my right eye starts to twitch in behind the eyeball (at least that s where the twitch ...

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Recently I have only occasionally woken up with what feels like a bruised eyeball. Left side only ... think Nov treatment is best as it does go away. But ide like your advice on the cause and treatment ...

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i have been having this eyebag (left) palpitation.. which is obvius since no pain, it just uneasy when people keep asking me why. medication: amlodiphine 5mg daily / lovastatine 20mg. for hypertension & cholesterol.female, 42, married. Thank you.

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a clear color bump on the eyeball i have a very small bump on the eyeball its a little reddish on the outter bands.it doesnt blur my vision but it somtimes itches.i had it for a week .i thought it was pink ...

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small clear spot on my eyeball? It doesn t hurt at all but i was just worried? ...

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On my left eye, stuck on the eyeball, is a piece of that white stuff that usually comes off in kind of a string. This won t come off and the eyeball actually hurts a little. What, if anything could ...

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My 5 year old son has a red lump on his eyeball. It looks like part of a vein sort of ... never complains about it hurting or itching or anything. What could this be? ...

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said her eyeball feels so much better. What could it be? ...My best friend said her eyeball was hurting wicked bad... A lot of pressure... She pushed ...

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My eyes have red veins but also solid areas of light pink esp at the outer edges; inside lower eyelid is partly very pale and another part dark pink/red and veiny. The inner corners are almost orangish. I worry because I have symptoms of lupus and...

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three days ago i felt like something wne in my eye,it was sudden and i looked to get it out but could not see anything.for the last two days my left eyeball underneath my eyelid feels bruised,i cannot ...

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Eye twitch is mostly related to some emotional imbalance, and sometimes there is no reason for these continuous twitches. You are advised to ignore these, but if it is accompanied with some weakness in any limbs or you are having hypertension, you are advised to have your CAT scan done to rule out any brain or neurons related cause.