There are three methods you can try. 1. Pull your lower eyelid down gently with your fingertip and roll your eye around, sometimes this dislodges it. 2. Close your eyes and place your finger on your upper eyelid and gently massage the eyeball. Open your eyes and hopefully the lens should reappear. 3. Squirt saline solution in your eye as the lens may have dehydrated in your sleep. Then try one of the two methods i have described above. I have worn contacts for about 16 years now and the best advice I can give you is:- TAKE THEM OUT BEFORE YOU FALL ASLEEP. DON'T RUB YOUR EYES TOO VIGOUROUSLY WITH THEM IN IF THEY HURT WHEN YOU PUT THEM BACK IN, WEAR YOUR GLASSES AND GET NEW LENSES. YOU ONLY GET ONE PAIR OF EYES. LOOK AFTER THEM.
The best way to treat a swollen eyelid is to let it rest with lots of ice. If the swollen eyelid does not go away, you should contact your local doctor who will help you treat it.
Cats have a third eyelid, the nictitating membrane. This is usually closed if the cat is sick, or is sleeping.
Copper sulphate is an irritant.If it comes in contact with skin it results in itching.Eye contact causes inflammation of eyelid lining.
According to the Honolulu zoo's website, they are the only animal that blinks the way humans do, by lowering the upper eyelid. See: http://www.honoluluzoo.org/great_horned_owl.htm they do have a lower eyelid that blinks up that is transparent. It only comes up when sleeping or when they have something in their eyes.
yes the eyelid is a bone.
put ur eyeball up with ur eyelid up and pop the contacts in
pull the lower eyelid down, hold the lens between your index finger and thumb and simply pull it out.
cause you touch yourself at night.. nawww dawwg yo eyes are not wet enough
The palpebral conjunctiva lines the eyelid
your eyelid can cave in