A 17-year-old female asked:
Teen.noticed for yr or 2 that one of my eyelid has..a line and the other eye looks completely open-normal. & to me seems like one eye is bigger? help?
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Dr. Nadia Ghattasanswered
50 years experience
Eye problem: That could be dropped upper eyelid ( ptosis), it can be congenital or can develop later in life due to weakness of the muscles of eyelids, or 7th nerve palsy, so you need to see your doctor or ophthalmologist. Good luck
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Dr. Nadia Ghattas commented
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You should ask your ophthalmologist if you actually have any problem with your eyelids, what caused it, does it affect your vision, what are the treatment options? Is surgery one of the options? If treated can it come back? Wishing you the best.
Jul 6, 2015
Last updated Jul 6, 2015
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