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My right eye is twitching. Is it because of painkillers ?

I have a vein in the top corner of the right eye twitching sometimes for about 10-20 seconds. I have a severe pain due to the tosilectomy done on Wednesday (25th May). I wonder if this due to the painkillers (panadol, Tramedo 50mg) or the antibiotic amoxycillin. I took a tablet of Tramedo yesterday, but it caused me to vomit and make my body sweat, so I stopped taking it.
Asked On : Mon, 30 May 2011
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Twitching of eyelid is temporarily and will be alright with the time.
For pain and healing medicines prescribed is to be continued otherwise there may be problem with healing.
If these medicines are not suitable you ask doctor to change the medicines,but never stop medicine.
ok and bye.
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