Sinus pain behind eye. Infection of the sinuses can cause the pressure behind the eyes to increase, at which pressure causes pain behind the eye. This pain can sometimes be felt unilaterally or sometimes in both eyes.
How Do I Prevent Pain Behind the Eye?
How Can I Prevent Uveitis?
Infection of the uvea can be caused by a number of diseases, such as herpes simplex virus (HSV), which is spread primarily by shedding of virus from the skin. This skin shed virus usually comes from close contact with infected animals. In HSV infections, the lesions may be small and don’t involve the skin. If you have this type of HSV infection, contact your doctor immediately. If you have the herpes simplex virus, contact your doctor before you take a cold or flu vaccine.
Although HSV infection is rare, it may cause a temporary change in the skin and the eyes (uveitis) if left untreated. If you have this type of herpes, see a doctor immediately. There may be a change in the texture, color, and brightness of your eyes if you do not take daily preventative medicine. The symptoms of the herpes simplex virus virus generally appear a couple of weeks after the virus has been found in the eye. In rare instances, HSV infection in your eye can result in blindness.
You should not look at your eyes in the morning until they have completely healed. Treatment of herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection of the eye may be more difficult if you have chronic infection. It is important to take antibiotic medication when using your prescription eye drops to reduce the risk of infection.