Generally I side with the Ophthalmologist, but in this case I would see an Optometrist. I would make an appointment with the Optometrist that prescribe the contact lenses in the first place.
Ophthalmologists ARE concerned about diseases of the eye, but especially in the case of contact related irritation, Optometrist are more patient and concerned about these issues.
The fit of the lenses may need to be checked, most Ophthalmologists won't check that, and I have only seen them flip lids checking for GPC a few times.
In the mean time, most people have Blepheritis and manage it with scrubbing their eyelids with baby shampoo 4 times a day.