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What can cause me to feel like something is in my eye all the time?

I would recommend that you see an ophthalmologist as soon as possible for this problem. Common causes for a symptom like this are an eyelash or foreign body in the eye, but it could also be a viral, bacterial or fungal infection in the cornea. Corneal problems such as erosions or scratches can also cause this symptom. 

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