I am 29 years old, and in the last one week, my left eye ball is hurting when I look anywhere else other than straight.
The farther I look away, the more it hurts.
The pain seems to occur on the eyeball, right underneath the upper eye lid (sort if in the upper eyelid cavity).
I have attached an image illustrating where I feel the pain.
I highly appreciate if anyone can tell me what this is and is there a natural remedy (as in changing my diet, or my lifestyle).
A little history about me:
-> A few days ago some dust fell in my left eye causing me to rub my eyes quite a bit.
-> I am short sighted (Myopia) and I have been using contact lens for about 2 years.
-> About an year ago, I had suffered from Binocular Diplopia for a few days.
-> My profession requires me to look at the computer monitors for about 9-10 hours a day.
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