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crisissuit3

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#1 10 years ago

yeah, this started a few days ago. i was doing pushups and when i got around 60 when i started getting some steady pain on my right eye brow. when i took a break it stopped hurting. did more pushups and the pain came back. so now today i was doing work and i just leaned and went upside down. then i just get a burst of pain in my eyebrow area. i have no idea what it is.




SeveringDozza

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#2 10 years ago

Go to the damn doctor then.




crisissuit3

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#3 10 years ago

funny cause my dad is a doctor and he doesnt know what it is.




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#4 10 years ago
crisissuit3;4776625funny cause my dad is a doctor and he doesnt know what it is.

Then get a second opinion, or youknow, have your dad refer you to the hospital?




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#5 10 years ago

Maybe only worry about it if it doesn't go away after a few more days?




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#6 10 years ago

You obviously pulled your eyebrow muscle. Give it a few days and it will go away.




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#7 10 years ago
crisissuit3;4776619yeah, this started a few days ago. i was doing pushups and when i got around 60 when i started getting some steady pain on my right eye brow. when i took a break it stopped hurting. did more pushups and the pain came back. so now today i was doing work and i just leaned and went upside down. then i just get a burst of pain in my eyebrow area. i have no idea what it is.

It could be a number of things, but my first reaction was a sinus problem due to allergies, sinusitis, etc. There are lots of sinus cavities behind your face, including way up in your forehead. Pinpointing the problem is probably going to depend on the exact location of the pain and whether it radiates toward your eyes, forehead, or temple. The latter case could mean some sort of migraine, perhaps exacerbated by changes in blood pressure. Doing pushups sends a lot of blood pumping through your body and it's in the horizontal position a lot, so that's not an unreasonable assumption.




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#8 10 years ago
crisissuit3;4776619yeah, this started a few days ago. i was doing pushups and when i got around 60 when i started getting some steady pain on my right eye brow. when i took a break it stopped hurting. did more pushups and the pain came back. so now today i was doing work and i just leaned and went upside down. then i just get a burst of pain in my eyebrow area. i have no idea what it is.

After a few days do a few Spocks, should loosen it right up.




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#9 10 years ago
crisissuit3;4776625funny cause my dad is a doctor and he doesnt know what it is.

not alot of help I guess....random internet guys are always the next best thing don't worry:p I'd say just leave it unless it consistently boveres you, then you should ahve it checked.




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#10 10 years ago

Without being a doc, it surely has relation with your raised blood pressure due to intensive physical activity (ie. pushups) as Omen pointed on it already. I wouldn't advise you to wait till pain comes up again, your eyes and sight is not a toy to play with. Go to an eye specialist doctor, to hear an other opinion, too. Don't understate the problem. It might be just temporary, but if it's something serious it surely has better chances to treat it successfully in the early stage. Don't give a chance and let it escalate.