I am a 15 year old male with poor eye sight. I wear contacts. I was wearing my contacts and my right eye got slightly blurry all of a sudden and I had thought it was a problem with the contact, so I put in new ones. It didn't work and my right eye was still blurry so I took out my contact lens and rinsed out my eye but my eye was still blurry (By itself and with glasses). But remember this isn't too serious, yet, it's just a slight blurr but I'm afraid it'll get worse. I also see a small, thin halo around lights NOT during the night time. My left eye is perfectly fine (besides the poor eyesight) it's just that my right eye is slightly foggy and doesn't go away with just a blink or rinse. This haze is not painful at all. What should I do? Who should I see?
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