Today i went to get contacts, when my doctor put them in i could see fine it didnt hurt and i was all done for the day, about 30 minutes later my eye felt like i had got makeup in it, cause it was blurry and it felt like there was something in my eye so i put some eye drops in and it didnt help, so i took the contacts out but my eye was still blurrry and causing pain i took a nap cause i thought maybe it just needs rest. I woke up and it still felt the same, tomorrow is sunday and i cant go see the doctor i went to to ask for help, right now its blury, foggy, and uncomfortable. I would like to know what to do, im suppose to practice wereing contacts for a week should i still do this?, should i go to a hospital?, please help this has never happened before.
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