Hello I have suffered from eye problems since I was a baby ive had like surgery twice on my eyes to remove a squint im 21 now and since I was about 18 I have suffered from eye ocd basically I am very awae of my eyes and get worried that sharp things will go into them and its a big problem for me as I have over washed my eyes a lot to the point where I cant even see much and im in pain so much and its been on going since 2008 to now 2012 so I dont know what to do
I have tried my best to avoid putting water in my eyes and rubbing my eyes but I had a shower yesterday and kept my eyes closed yet still I received achey eyes and blur vision its like the water damages my eyes so i then had a bath and rinsised my eyes with the bath shower head and have been in pain
Why is shower water hurting my eyes? what can I do to avoid having aches and blur vision when in contact with waters and what can I do to stop worrying about my eyes its a big problem to me now please help
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