What are the symptoms of eye cancer?
Symptoms of eye cancer can include:
- shadows, flashes of light, or wiggly lines in your vision.
- blurred vision.
- a dark patch in your eye that's getting bigger.
- partial or total loss of vision.
- bulging of one eye.
- a lump on your eyelid or in your eye that's increasing in size.
- pain in or around your eye, although this is rare.
There are many autoimmune disorders that affect the eye, including:
- Behcet disease. This rare autoimmune disorder is a leading cause of blindness in some developing countries.
- Multiple sclerosis (MS).
- Reiter's syndrome.
- Rheumatoid arthritis (RA).
- Sjogren's Syndrome.
- Thyroid diseases.
- WebMD Symptom Checker helps you find the most common medical conditions indicated by the symptoms bloating or fullness, blurred vision, change in vision and nausea or vomiting including Cataracts, Gastritis, and Glaucoma. Esophagitis, an inflammation of the lining of the esophagus, causes chest pain, nausea, and more.
- Eye drops such as artificial tears can be found at most pharmacies. If the pain is caused by debris in your eye, gently flush the eye with sterile water or saline. You can buy saline solution for your eyes at most drugstores. A warm compress may help ease the pain and inflammation caused by a stye or eyelid infection.
- Take these easy steps to keep your peepers healthy.
- Eat Well. Good eye health starts with the food on your plate.
- Quit Smoking.
- Wear Sunglasses.
- Use Safety Eyewear.
- Look Away From the Computer Screen.
- Visit Your Eye Doctor Regularly.
Updated: 21st November 2019