I awoke from a nap and felt as though something was in my eye. I tried to look into a mirror to see if I could identify it, and realized that there was some sort of fluid in the anterior chamber of my eye.
I don't wear contacts, nor did I have any sort of eye surgery. Any idea what could cause this?
Well this is not like everyone elses, so maybe my anatomy is off.
It looks as if there's a blister on my eye. On the lower outside corner of my eye there's extra fluid that's causing a bubbling effect of sorts. I can push on my lower eyelid and move the fluid up towards center of my eye. Does this sound normal?
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