28 thoughts on “Pain On My Brow Bone

  1. “Is anyone using Frankincense Oil and What are you expecting it to do for you?”?
    I’ve been using it on my skin spots for less than a year.

  2. Should I see a doctor after being hit in the eye, and seeing a white spotted-like flash?
    I was hit briefly in the right eye and during the hit I saw a white flash of spots on the right side of my right eye. Everything was black besides the spots, and it was only momentary. The pain is subsiding, but it hurt for a while. The pain started out as a horrible ache and is now something like a minor headache, even though I was hit on my brow-bone and my eye barely got any of it. The side of my nose also hurt, but it’s fine now. I’m just wondering if there could be any permanent truama after the accident. Thank you in advance!

  3. What can you tell me about anti-brow piercings?
    I’ve been looking to get an anti-brow done. i already have my nose and monroe done. but the anti-brow is my all-time favorite piercing. Does anyone know anything about them? i have heard that the risk of rejection is high, but I’m very willing to take that risk. Does anyone know how bad the pain will be? What kind of jewelry I’d need to use? What guage needle? i need to know all that. if you have any information that would be wonderful. thanks so much.
    =]

    • yes the risk of rejection is really high because it is a surface piercing

      it’s on your cheek bone and the skin there is sooper thin

      the gauge should be like a 16 or bigger

      the thinner the gauge the higher the risk of a cheesecutter accident or rejection

  4. What does it mean when the veins on your eye lids are highly noticeable?
    I have woken up for the past week or so, to look in the mirror and see that the veins from the bottom of my eye lids to my brow bones, are highly noticeable, and causing my eyes to ache, and have terrible pain. What could this mean?

  5. What would cause me to pass out on occasion?
    For the past 8-10 years or so, I pass out on occasion. It is not too often, but I don’t know anybody else that this happens to. I would say it has happened about 7-8 times. I had a physical last August, and my sugar and blood pressure and everything came back normal. HDL and LDL were very slightly high; I am not completely sure what this means.

    The most recent time I passed out was three days ago. I went to sleep around 12:30 a.m and woke back up between 3:00 and 3:30 a.m with bad stomach pains. I got up to go to the bathroom to see if that would help. Once in the bathroom, the pains were so bad that I squatted down in the bathroom floor holding my stomach. Next thing I knew, I was waking up in the floor. I am not sure how long I was out, but I hit my head on something (not completely sure what) and I have a black eye and some swelling on my brow bone.

    Anybody have any ideas why this might occur or what I should do?

    • It can happen from episodes of low blood sugar or low blood pressure, even if your readings are normal most of the time. It could also happen as a result of a seizure.

  6. How easy is it to give your eyebrows a nice feminine look?
    I would like mine to be more gender neutral but it is easy to change the style to look more womanly? I have tweezers but don’t know where to start really…also should I use scissors to trim?
    Thanks for the helpful answers in advance!

  7. What non-medicine remedies do you know of for a headache?
    I’ve tried all the over-the-counter meds and several prescriptions. I find hanging my head over the edge of the bed brings momentary relief, got any other ideas?

    • there are nerve endings just above your eye. if you feel just below your eye brow, you can feel an indent in the bone, firmly press on that spot a or a minute or two, a few times. doing this releases endorphins which are the body’s natural pain relievers. good luck i hope it helps you.

  8. How to get rid of terrible eye pain? ?
    I don’t know if this is just me but, about once every week I wake up in the morning and it is painful to open my eyes then to look up and down with my eyes not my head! I have to keep my eyes facing forward or it hurts soooo bad! It usually goes away in 3-4 hours and the pain is right along my brow bone all the way across! Please please if anyone can help me!

  9. Kicked in the head with a soccer ball brow bone hurts?
    I was playing soccer in pe, and a girl who played soccer on a team kicked a soccer ball to my head. It hurt for a moment, but I just brushed it off. Now it’s been about 13 hours. The bone right above my left eye feels as if it’s bruised. I don’t feel any dizziness, headache, or anything. I feel no pain other than that area. It only hurts when I touch it. Am I going to be okay? Is there anything I should do? Incase- I’m a thirteen year old girl.

    • Don’t worry, everything will be ok. Its normal that head hurts after shot like that. You will have a mark there for a few days, but nothing serious.

  10. What should i do when my eye hurts?
    My eye keeps burning, makes me really tired, My sac hurts really bad, likes it swollen in the inside,
    and my brow bone hurts really bad, likes it cracked. Any suggestions?
    I got punched in the eye, it hurts really bad in the inside and outside.

    • Did you get punched in the face or injure yourself in any way? Is it possible that you could post a picture of your eye? Or can you describe how it looks, if anything as abnormal?

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      Then you might have a fracture of your eye socket. There’s not really anything you can do about that. But I would strongly recommend you see an eye doctor to make sure your eye itself is not injured. At the very least you could likely get some pain medication.

  11. What could be causing my intense eye pain?
    My pain is random, and only lasts a few seconds, but is VERY VERY sharp and intense. It hurts between my left brow bone and around the orbital bone- above my eye. I dont get headaches, i dont have discharge, and i doubt its an allergy. I plan on seeing a doctor soon, but I’m curious if anyone has any ideas of what it can be. By the way… I’m only 25.

    • Do you have tight muscles in your neck? That would be the most logical for those muscles go to the top of the head for it’s movements and when they are tight up there they pull on other muscles until there is nothing to pull away from and then there is pain. That is how it can go from the back of the head to the front for the pain. To get rid of that you have to release the muscle in your neck and here’s how to do that:
      Neck
      Put your hands alongside your head so your thumbs are on the front of the muscle under your ear and your fingers are on the back of the muscle behind your head. Squeeze your thumb and fingers together and hold. Relax your body. After 45 seconds, slowly lower your head as far as you can, release the pressure but hold your neck lowered for another 30 seconds.
      For best results relax your body first by taking a deep breath and exhaling then remain this relaxed.

  12. I got elbowed in my brow bone, and now i cant open my eye?
    And there’s also a cut on my eyelid. How do i stop it from swelling by tomorrow?

    • wash the wound well with warm soapy water, ice the injury, treat any pain, and rest. if you suspect a fracture, go to the local urgent care.

  13. How long will my face wound and stitches hurt?
    I was injured with a life preserver board 2 nights ago in a poolI had to get 2 stitches on my eyelid and 5 above my brow. As the brow wound was pretty wide, it is still hurtiing at times. Is this typical? Thanks!!

    • The face has a lot of nerves, so injuries to the face are painful. The tissue around the eye socket is thin, with the bone not too deep under, so a trauma to this area is very painful. You are also blinking your eye, which moves, and pull on the stitches, so yeah, I’d say that would be pretty painful.

      The good news, is that there is also a very large blood supply that goes to our face, so this will help heal your wounds faster.

      Keep your head elevated on pillows. This will help the swelling come down, which in turn helps the pain. Also, very light ice bags can be soothing. Make an ice bag with a ziplock, with crushed ice, or put a wet washcloth in a ziplock and place it in the freezer for a bit. Wrap the ziplock in something to protect your skin from getting too cold or moist.

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