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    I have suffered from migraines for many years and lately it's got a lot worse. I had an eye test to rule that out but have now been referred to a specialist because of high eye pressure and repeated loss of field vision. The optician didn't give me much info and when I looked online all I could find was information about glaucoma. I'm only 22 and everyone keeps telling me glaucoma only affects older people, so I am assuming this won't be the problem.
    So I'm just wondering if anyone can offer any advice about high eye pressure etc before I see the specialists as I'm quite anxious.
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    It can be anything really. Could even be that your sinuses tend to get blocked up! Good news is that nearly all the possibilities are very treatable.
 
 
 
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