Question: Can antiinflammatories cause eye twitching?
Answer: I haven’t come across any evidence including suspicions from people suffering from eye twitching that NSAIDs (non steroidal anti inflammatories) could be a cause. It’s much more likely that whatever you taking the anti inflammatories for is causing the twitch. Essentially anything that stresses your body including being sick, injuries, and so on could produce an eye twitch as a result of putting you over the stress tolerance your body is capable of.
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