Eye blinking symptoms are not usually serious unless they occur in reaction to a strong chemical in your eye or to trauma or corneal abrasion. Seek immediate medical care (call 911)
if a caustic chemical has gotten in your eyes or if you have pain or vision changes. You should also seek immediate medical care for signs of a stroke such as sudden numbness
or weakness of the face or a limb, especially on one side of the body, sudden confusion, difficulty seeing, sudden vision changes, sudden difficulty with coordination, or sudden severe, unexplained headache
Seek prompt medical care
if eyelid twitching (blepharospasm) does not resolve within a week, if an eye blinking symptom closes your eye completely, if you experience facial paralysis, if you experience discharge and swelling in or around the eye, or if your upper eyelid droops.
I basically agree with all of that LOL. I don't think what you are describing is eyelid twitching either, so I wouldn't worry about waiting more than a week. That's just me, not medical advice obviously.