eyes  pain


Question by  Jes (17)

What can cause a sore eye socket?


Answer by  Amanda65 (1220)

There are many different things that can cause a sore eye socket, including physical damage to the outside of the eye, excess pressure in the eye, irritation on the eye itself, and a headache. A lot of times the pain and soreness is the only symptom, there won't be visible symptoms.


Answer by  NGoodson (3395)

You could have an infection of some sort, like an eye cold or pink eye, or you could have bruised it. If the pain persists, see an eye doctor for treatment.


Answer by  xsut (943)

Their is a variety of things that can cause a sore eye socket such as fatigue, lack of sleep, stress. The best thing to do is to chart when the soreness starts and the activity at the time.


Answer by  klvan (421)

A sore eye socket can be the cause of a stye, being hit in the eye or even pink eye.


Answer by  Sett (1838)

There are many causes such as dry eyes, lack of sleep, being in a smokey room, being in front of a television or computer for too long, reading without any breaks, allergies to makeup or perfume, allergies to wool or other animals products, sometimes it can even be due to pink eye. A doctor can determine a good medicine.

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