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    excessive eye blinking?
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    An_249252 posted:
    In the past few months my right eye has started to blink a lot more and more intensely than my left eye. I think it usually happens when I'm tired but I don't always notice it. It's embarrassing and I want it to stop. Should I see a doctor?
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    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Anon -

    You have landed in our Parenting: 2 Year Olds Community by mistake.

    Please respost your concerns on our Eye Health Community for expert and member response.

    Hoping you find answers soon,
    Elizabeth
    Elizabeth
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