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Ok so recently it hurts when I flinch or blink it feels bruised. I have always had bad bags under my eyes so I do not see a real difference when I look at it. I feel a tiny bum when i rub the bottom of my eye close to my nose that seems bigger than the one I have on my right eye suggesting that it may be swollen. The right one feels fine and I have never worn makeup at all so it didn't match the other post I read about this feeling.
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:my left eye feels bruised and I feel a tiny bumpOk so recently it hurts when I flinch or blink it feels bruised. I have always had bad bags under my eyes so I do not see a real difference when I look at it. I feel a tiny bum when i rub the bottom of my eye close to my nose that seems bigger than the one I have on my right eye suggesting that it may be swollen. The right one feels fine and I have never worn makeup at all so it didn't match the other post I read about this feeling.
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