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One of my clients is getting blurred vision after her facial which includes a massage.
Next time I will avoid the eye area but I’d like to know what might be causing it.
Does anyone know?
 

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One of my clients is getting blurred vision after her facial which includes a massage.
Next time I will avoid the eye area but I’d like to know what might be causing it.
Does anyone know?
Could be any number of reasons, but to be sure it would be sensible and wise to recommend a visit to her doctor for professional medical advice.
 

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Thanks Noodle
 

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Could be migraine - my migraines effect my vision without a headache or pain so could be that. It’s to do with the blood vessels at the back of your neck/head and the release of pressure after her massage may set it off maybe …? But yeah would definitely recommend doctors visit to be in the safe side.
 

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Yes could be.
I’ve contacted her and she’s agreed to have it checked out.
Online research suggests it could be nerve damage located just below the ear?

Damage not caused by a facial of course but massage could be aggravating it resulting in blurred vision
 

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