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I got pain while rotating my left eye after that eye looks different. What could have happened ?

Hi, So a few days ago I was washing my face and then i then rotated my eyes to the mirror to see if i still had makeup and once i rotated my eyes, I felt so much pain in my left eye, as if it was being strectched like an eye muscle. I then noticed after that my eye ball looked different, not like it was before. The white part thats next to the nose looked alot bigger and wider and now it looks much thinner as if my eye looks closer to the nose. Could it be possible that it turned in? I dont see double tho
Asked On : Fri, 10 Jun 2011
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Hi,thanks for query.The pain that you had may be due to some infective condition like stye.At times allergic reaction can also lead to this.It can not turned in so there is no reason to worry.The vision is also normal that is indicative that nothing is wrong.If you have pain and swelling in the surrounding area then take help of your doctor,otherwise do not worry.bye.
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