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    jkrawiec80 posted:
    My left eyelid twitches all the time throughout the day. It's been going on for aprx. 2 months. Can anybody tell me why? I don't wear glasses or contacts. It's random not when I am just reading. I can be driving, watching Tv or even just typing this question. Please Help!Thanks for your Reply!I am a 32 yr old female. And around the same time my pinky and ring finger on my left hand start to get numbness and a tingling feeling. Could the eye and fingers be connected? Why is my eyelid doing this? It is bother some when driving a lot.
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    georgiagail responded:
    Mine will sometimes do that when I overly tired.

    http://www.webmd.com/eye-health/why-your-eyes-twitch

    Gail


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