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Congrats on your new cornea. :-)
I hate to tell you this, but if your eye is really red, light sensitive and you are getting sharp pains then the only thing to do is call your cornea specialist and let her know how you are feeling.
If there is an ophthalmologist closer to you then your transplant surgeon I'm sure he could take a look at your eye and see what is going on........if not, I'm afraid a road trip is the best thing to do :)
Your eye should not feel this bad at this point when you are over two weeks out. As a matter of fact, this is actually a time when slow growing infections can start to show up.....
This is the best possible advice I can give you since I can't actually examine your eyeball using "chat" as my only diagnostic tool.....
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