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Melissa duncan


03/25/2013

Can menopause cause eye pain ?

Is it possible to get eye pain because of menopause? Why or why not?
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  • Erin rupert

    03/26/2013

    Yes, it is possible for menopausal women to get eye pain. Women in menopause are very likely to suffer from dry eyes which may cause eye pain. With fewer generation of tears, sore or scratches can occur in eyes, leading to eye pain. Drip some artificial lubricant into your eyes to protect the cornea.
  • ELIZABETH PATTON

    03/26/2013

    Ok, it seems that there is something wrong with your eyes. It is true that we are likely to get painful eyes during our menopause time. But I suspect that your problem is resulted from glaucoma, which could also generate painful eyes. Go and check your eye pressure and go through an eye test to see what happened to you. Also, try to take care of your diet and your rest.
  • Samuel

    03/27/2013

    Yes, it is possible for you to get eye pain because of menopause. Menopause, for women, refers to the ovarian function decline from strong to completely disappear. A period of transition, including before and after menopause and a period of time for men which refers to the 50 ~ 60 years old in this stage menopausal symptoms, is prone to getting the whole body heat dizziness, palpitations. There are black spots or limbs cold symptoms, such as the need to pay special attention to maintain the medicine, 5 to 10 grams per day of medicinal roses bubble water to drink which can alleviate menopausal symptoms. The eye pain could also be released. You should eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes. You could do the warm compress to make the eyes feel comfortable and moisture.
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