Plastic Surgery Gone Wrong: Woman Describes Life With Eyes That Won't Close

Marilyn Leisz inserts lenses and drops in the morning, and sleeps with a mask to protect her cornea.
3:00 | 06/19/13

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I'm constantly trying to blink but I can't -- this is how I close my eyes because it's so much skin it's been taken off. My top pilot will never touch the bottom line -- -- My eyes are so sensitive. To light and so agonizing. As to -- going to change is not going to go way. I don't think about my size. 20%. As soon as I get the morning I have to. As soon as possible put in this -- my morning routine can take up to anywhere 45 minutes I have to put it. Approximately four. Prompts. And I spread my eyes Liz at -- and I aim. For that green light -- -- way to end and then get on to the cornea. And night mega display I don't close my eyes my -- my eyes are wide open at night so. This is black I have to put on them that they -- In order to protect my cornea from getting scratched while I sleep. People that can blink their -- naturally in their -- naturally wash -- away. -- doesn't happen for me I have no natural defense for my eyes at all. I'm really kind of tone down.

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