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Bright red under eyelid, bruised, hurts. What should i do?

Hi, the top of my eye, under the lid is bright red where the white should be. Underneath my eye on my lower socket it feels bruised, but there is no visable bruising . It hurts when I move my eye and when I blink. I normally wear contacts but haven t today because it s sore, I haven t done anything different to cause this
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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hii.. you are a contact lens wearer.. there is a condition called contact lens associated papillary conjunctivitis which can occur because of improper cleaning of contact lens and deposition of protein deposits and cell debries on contact lens surface. so better stop wearing your contact lens for some days.. change the type of contact lens cleaning solution. use of contact lens protein removable tablet. switch to monthly then daily disposable contact lens.. use olopatidine eye drops two times per day after removing contact lens.. once consult your ophthalmologist for detailed examination. please let me know if you are relieved with symptoms.. thank you..
Answered: Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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