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Nadine


02/07/2013

Does high blood pressure cause sore eyes?

Does anyone know if high blood pressure can lead to sore eyes?
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  • Caroline hill

    02/24/2013

    As we all known, sore eye has a prominent symptom. Which is redness, or bloodshot in eyes. In addition, people who suffer sore eyes also experience discharge from the eye ,dry eyes, eye pain, itchy eyes, red, sore eyes (bloodshot eyes), watery eyes, fever and fatigue. Well, all of them are not good signs. High blood pressure can cause redness in eyes indeed because high pressure makes blood vessels much noticeable and prominent. But your sore eyes may not due to high blood pressure because it is hardly to cause eye infection. High blood pressure threaten people vision indeed.
  • campbell

    03/20/2013

    Well, in my opinion, high blood pressure will not cause sore eyes. For sore eyes, they are a very widespread and common eye infection, and it can be contagious. According to some researches, when your eyes are infected with sore eyes, the blood vessels in the eyes will darken. In some cases, other symptoms may occur too. For example, your eyes feel itchy, dry and sore, painful and discomfort. But there is nothing to do with high blood pressure. And for the treatments, you can use a clean and warm compress. Also, you can put cotton balls dipped in rose water over the eyes for a few minutes which is very effective in reducing inflammation as well as discomfort.
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