Suggest more sleep, less caffeine, less stress. Avoid any stimulants. If you do that - the twitching may improve in a week or so. The eyelids muscles can start twitching from minor irritations or more often from fatigue and caffeine. I've had it myself before.
I have had blurry vision and eye muscle pain since cataract surgery in May. I have been to a neurologist, retina specialist, and opthamologist--they can find nothing wrong with my eye anatomically. I have fibromyalgia; my other muscles are weak and painful. Could this vision problem be related to fibromyalgia? Is there anything I can do?
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