i can see it twitching
like, i dont lknow how to explain it but the inside of my upper left eyelid is TWITCHING and PULSING and i can se it going BOOM-BOOM BOOM-BOOM BOOM-BOOM.
its ******* annoying
and wont stop
it doesnt even hurt
but its annoying me
like, im sitting here wiith hannahleenie, and like, i just keep going ARR MY ******* EYE, I CAN SEE IT TWITCHING! MAKE IT STOP! STOP! STOPPPPPP
just like that
what could it be and how caan i get it to stop
sorry i sound crazy
my crazy eye is making me that way....
Use the search feature and archives to read about "myokymia". It's common, annoying (I've had it myself several times) but rarely a sign of anything serious. Much like a muscle in the hand, face, arm, leg that gets irritable and contracts on its own.
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