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Left eye got sensitive to sun. Hurt to move, blink. What is the problem?

i sat outside yesterday suddenly my left eye got really sensitive to the sun. later i couldn't use computer because the light hurt too much. this morning went outside for a seconds with sunglasses, but it hurt so badly, couldn't open my eye. hurts to move or blink, bottom half of the eye is light red.
really worried 27y girl
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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Dear Zupy, Hi,From your history I believe you are sensitive to sunlight.If that is so, you may be suffering from sun allergy in your eyes.Too mush of heat and dust may cause allergic reaction if you are sensitive to it which may cause redness swelling and itching. Use some ice packs and tear substitute along with anti-allergic eye drops. If it is not subsiding in a day or two there are high chances you may be suffering from early viral/ bacterial conjunctivitis.Look out for any discharge and if its there visit your nearest ophthalmologist....TC..Dr Ajay Shankar kar
Answered: Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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