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One pupil is larger than other, very worried! eye doctor said eyes were fine but she could see the difference in my pupils didn't seem concerned

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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology 52 years experience
May be OK: Pupils are usually equal but medically a difference of 1 mm in diameter is common and not pathologic. It yours are just a little different, and the vision is good from each, then you most likely have nothing to worry about.

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Last updated Feb 19, 2017

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