Popular guidelines

When should I be worried about eye twitching and headache?

When should I be worried about eye twitching and headache?

If you or someone you’re with has an eye twitch accompanied by sudden dizziness, trouble seeing, headache, confusion and weakness (especially when weakness is only on one side of the body), you need to seek immediate medical attention.

Why do my eyes twitch and ache?

In rare instances, eye twitching is from an underlying health condition. Bright lights, stress, fatigue, caffeine, and eye irritation may make symptoms of eye twitching worse. You might not need any treatment for your eye twitching. Or you might need botulinum toxin treatments on your eye muscles.

How to tell if you have headache, muscle twitching or tingling?

There are 92 conditions associated with headache, muscle twitching (painless), numbness or tingling (forearm (flexor)) and numbness or tingling (fingers).

What are the medical conditions associated with muscle twitching?

WebMD Symptom Checker helps you find the most common medical conditions indicated by the symptoms headache and muscle twitching (painless) including Tension headache, Aseptic meningitis (adult), and Aseptic meningitis (child). There are 74 conditions associated with headache and muscle twitching (painless).

What are the most common ear aches and headaches?

WebMD Symptom Checker helps you find the most common medical conditions indicated by the symptoms ear ache, headache, pain or discomfort and sore or burning eyes including Chronic sinusitis, Acute sinusitis, and Nearsightedness. There are 92 conditions associated with ear ache, headache, pain or discomfort and sore or burning eyes.

What are the symptoms of a tension headache?

Tension headache Tension headaches, caused by muscle tension, are marked by pain, pressure and tightness around the head. Eye injury There are many types of eye injury, and symptoms include eye pain, burning, irritation, bleeding, and more.