I just wanted to know if it's normal for your eye to keep twitching without stopping?My left eyelid has been doing this nonstop for 2 days and only quits when i sleep.Then,when i wake up starts back again.It is driving me crazy.I have had my eyes do this before,but never for this long,so is there something wrong?
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:twitching eyeI just wanted to know if it's normal for your eye to keep twitching without stopping?My left eyelid has been doing this nonstop for 2 days and only quits when i sleep.Then,when i wake up starts back again.It is driving me crazy.I have had my eyes do this before,but never for this long,so is there something wrong?
Report This| Share this:twitching eyeHi Mhalt,<br /><br />It may go away on its own and not be a cause for concern but if it continues, make an appointment to see your doctor to ensure your good health. In the meantime, read this WebMD article:<br /><br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/eye-health/why-your-eyes-twitch"><b>Eye Twitching</b></a>
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