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They should have gone away by now.
I think it would be best for you to see an ophthalmologist just to make sure that nothing serious is going on. What do I mean by "serious"? Well, very rarely, drops like visine A that can dilate your pupils can cause a form of glaucoma called angle closure....like I said this is very rare but it doesn't hurt to have things checked out
Does this make sense to you?
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