Nope.....the first time you sent that response I think the Gremlins ate it :(
Got it now, though.....
Thanks for that new information.
I am concerned about your symptoms.
The symptoms could, possibly, be from contact lens
overwear -- not meaning you are doing anything wrong but that you lens
is on longer then your eye can stand it.....
Or the symptoms could be from something as benign as anterior segment problems like dry eye
But..... this statement you made:
"I have woken up to a red right eye which was highly highly sensitive to light, the left eye which was unaffected also couldn't stand light, and it took 2 days of almost complete darkness before I was able to function normally. My eye still looked bad for nearly a week, but I could tolerate light."
makes me think that you could be suffering from serious, and possibly intermittent, inflammation inside your eyeball (uveitis
) or, even more serious, episodes of intermittent angle closure glaucoma
In any event, from what you have posted, I think your best option is to see an ophthalmologist ASAP for a full eye exam. Bring your contacts and backup glasses with you to the appointment.
Does this answer your question to your satisfaction?
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Thanks in advance,
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I just got your picture. Your eye is too red to ignore or continue to mess around with at home. Call an ophthalmologist today and try to be seen this afternoon if possible.