For the past 4 days, the top of my right eye (under the eyelid) feels numb. It hurts to blink, burns, and constantly waters. It feels like a contact lens has shifted above the area you normally would wear it. I have worn them in the past, but not for at least 6 years, only glasses now. This happened once before, that is how I know the feeling. The eyeball itself feels rubbery, compared to my left eye which feels jelly. I know it is wrong to touch the actual eyeball, but I thought this would help. I have looked multiple times and cannot see anything, and have used eye washes and drops. Thank you View Thread
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