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Cat eye discharge red eye. It is just a really weird eye infection, because it comes with yellow discharge in the eye, and in other body systems too. It is easy to treat, however, it's recommended to treat the symptoms and not the cause, which can lead to further infection. So get medical help fast and don't do anything else than getting your eye looked at, you'll be fine then.

I have a headache and when i open my eyes my red eyes are bloodshot, i am also dizzy, i do not have pain. My head and eyes are not sensitive to light and i can go out in the sun

I have a headache and when i open my eyes my red eyes are bloodshot, i am also dizzy, i do not have pain. My head and eyes are not sensitive to light and i can go out in the sun

Have you noticed any other red eyes? Have you been wearing contact lenses or had eye surgery? If you have had surgery, did you have any pain or discomfort? What is your vision like (blind spots, blurred vision, double vision, spots, dark areas on vision, other issues)

Have you noticed any other red eyes? Have you been wearing contact lenses or had eye surgery? If you have had surgery, did you have any pain or discomfort? What is your vision like (blind spots, blurred vision, double vision, spots, dark areas on vision, other issues)

No, i have not, but now i am going to bed, and hope to see it gone. The weird part is it only happens when i open my eyes, not when i blink. And that's how i know it's the eye.

No, i have not, but now i am going to bed, and hope to see it gone. The weird part is it only happens when i open my eyes, not when i blink. And that's how i know it's the eye.

If the eye problem only happens when you open your eyes and go to sleep, then I'd guess it could just be anxiety and not a problem at all, unless your doctor does suspect something. It doesn't sound like a serious concern, but your doctor should check it out just to make sure. If you have any questions, post back.

Have you noticed any other red eyes? Have you been wearing contact lenses or had eye surgery? If you have had surgery, did you have any pain or discomfort? What is your vision like (blind spots, blurred vision, double vision, spots, dark areas on vision, other issues)

There's not much you can do if you have a headache. There's no guarantee that going to sleep will make the headache go away. Even if you close your eyes and sleep it can become a different kind of headache.

Try putting some vaseline on your eyes before you go to sleep, if you think you might wake up with the headache.

You might find more comfort in knowing what is happening.

If you think it's related to the eye, keep track of when you are doing the eye opening.

You also might find a trigger for the headache.

I am not a doctor, and this is not medical advice.

Take care, H.

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A lot of time my headaches get worse when I start trying to do things. For instance, when I try to keep the lights on, my vision will go in and out, my head will start to hurt and it's really hard to keep the lights on. My eyes are not bad or anything, I'm just a perfectionist and it makes the pain sooo much more intense. Even walking in the mall and looking at the screens, everything is harder to do. So I've learned that this is a really serious thing and take it as seriously as I can. You probably feel like you have the time of your life with your eye problem, but just know, the pain is nothing compared to what it could be. Sorry about my grammar and spelling mistakes. I don't have spell check.

The other day I was at the pool with a friend of mine. I've had this headache for the past several weeks and I was pretty sure that I would get it. The thing is, I woke up the morning of this week and the pain started and has lasted almost a week. I tried to do research for an eye problem and I found out that this type of headache is very commonly triggered by eye problems. A lot of times the eye problems start before the headaches or they occur during the headaches. I tried all the things that were mentioned on this thread and a couple others on the web and I know for sure that this is triggered by my eyes. I am now thinking that I'll just not look at screens or try to do anything at all. I don't have to look at my phone or anything. My mom came over to the house while I was asleep and told me that she heard me thrashing in the bed around 2:00 in the morning. When she checked on me, I was asleep and didn't wake up until I heard her ask what I was dreaming about. I was dreaming about eye problems that I thought I had. When I finally did wake up, I was so disoriented that I couldn't remember where I was and what time it was. This has happened before too. I get disoriented and then I am scared and can't wake up enough to open my eyes. So this is a warning to others to make sure they are sleeping with their eyes closed. Also, what I was told last week is that I should put drops into my eyes every night at bedtime to help keep the eyes and skin clean.

I've been pretty diligent about sleeping, using the sleep mask, and taking my meds as prescribed. I find that I also am pretty careful about eye makeup and use only mascara that is water soluble, which I think helps. I think that there is a lot of confusion about this issue and it's hard to figure out what is causing the symptoms and what doesn't.

So, while it may have been the headache itself that was the cause of the brain fog, we can only surmise at this point. I have to say that I do think that there was a trigger. I also think that there were warning signs that I missed. I'm not saying I'm all good to go, but I have learned from this experience. I will make sure that I stay on top of my eye health and make sure I am not getting too many infections. I am going to look at the tips in this thread as I figure out what to do to prevent a recurrence.

I'm sorry that I'm taking so long to respond. This has been very frustrating.

It's nice that you are diligent about your sleep, meds, eye care and other things.

The thing with the brain fog is that it could be anything and it doesn't take much to start it. If you get a headache, fever, eye infection, respiratory infection or some other virus you just don't realize that it was the trigger.

It's easy to assume that it was the cold, especially since you are talking about a virus and then just take your meds and you feel better and you think that the symptoms are all gone. The next day you are foggy and you didn't have any of those other things that might have triggered it.

It would have been good to write down your headache date and what you felt that day. Did it come on in the afternoon and then go away or did you have the headache all day. Did you have any associated symptoms such as fever?

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