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    Throbbing Eyes, what could this be?
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    Mclore89 posted:
    a friend of mine has frequent bouts of throbbing in both eyes, worsened when subjected to light or loud noises. i went thru all of the eye conditions and didnt find any to match these symptoms. periods of throbbing usually occurr 1-2 times per week. what could this possibly be? trips to the eye doctor have not helped. She wears eye glasses all the time except for when she is asleep. This is severely interfering with her home-life, and it could be serious if we dont find out what it is. Help please?
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    Lodigirl07 responded:
    eye glasses could be cuasing it have that checked
     
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    Lodigirl07 responded:
    might want to see a brain doctor
     
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    Lodigirl07 replied to Lodigirl07's response:
    or see a brain specalist


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