Our expert says:
This sounds like a problem called blepharospasm. In these cases the best treatment is Botox, I suggest you see an opthalmologist to confirm the diagnosis, and it may be of value to seek the opinion of a neurologist as well. Once the diagnosis has been confirmed, ask your GP or the attending specialist to refer you to a doctor that specializes in this type of problem. One must realise that Botox has a limited time of efficacy, but 2 weeks seem rather short. It may require a higher dose, or the injections may need to be administered in a different site.
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