Narrow angles is found in patients,providing there are no other issues,who are far farsighted or have denser cataracts .
The symptoms of narrow angle glaucoma are: eye pain,halos around lights,mid dilated pupil in the involved eye,headache,nausea,vomiting,and redness .
It is possible he saw that you have narrow angles with an increase in eye pressure.So he is monitoring this for you.If the pressures keeps elevating,he would probably refer you out for a prophylactic laser peripheral iridotomy.Which is basically just putting a pinhole in the clored part of your eye,the iris,which will alleviate any sudden increase in pressure.
The bruise along the lid would not be related to this.
Additionally some people can have eye pains secondary to dry eyes.
Have you been evaluated for this.
At any rate if you have any of the mentioned above symptoms,you should go back to your doctor immediately.
If it is a nonspecific eye pain with a sandy gritty feeling it could just be dry eyes syndrome which can be treated with artificial tears.
In any case it is always best to return to your doctor to have him evaluate what the exact cause is.
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