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Continuous pain on the eyelid and white of eye, grey dots on sclera, difficulty in blinking. Remedy?

19 years old, 107 pounds, 5 9 and I have IBS , Chronic Gastritis , Acid Reflux and Anemia . I woke up this morning and my right eye was hurting under my eyelid on the white of my eye. I thought maybe something was in my contacts and since it was time to change, I put a new pair of contacts in. I went to work, came home tonight and my eye is still hurting. I took my contacts out and looked in the mirror and there are 2 black/grey dots on the white of my eye right where it hurts under my eyelid. These dots aren t on my left eye, only my right and only where it hurts. It hurts to blink or look in different directions. It s sensitive to touch if I touch my eyelid, but there s nothing in my eye. I ve tried washing my eye out, tried eyedrops, and nothing worked. It looks to be under the white of my eye. It s sunday and the doctors are closed. I don t know what to do. Please help me
Asked On : Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
Nov 2012
This happened after you switched to new pair of contact lens.stop using contact lens immediately and consult an eye specialist for the has to tule out tightllens, or infer pectin etc.
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Answered: Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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