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Adie Tonic Pupil
Usually the first: Pupillary abnormalities are usually brought to the attention of an ophthalmologist as the logical choice. If the symptoms are suggestive, and the findings fit the pattern, then adie's pupil can be diagnosed. Early in the course of this largely benign condition, there is some ambiguity and you might have no diagnosis or a wrong diagnosis until the condition becomes clear cut. ...Read more
Adies and others: A tonic pupil is one that reacts to light very sluggishly if at all. It is typically larger than the other pupil, but can be the smaller of the two if present for a long time. The most common is adies tonic pupil which is benign and can be part of something called adies syndrome which is also fairly benign. There are some more serious conditions associated with tonic pupil. Go see your eye md. ...Read more
I have dilated pupils i got to a doctor he said its addies tonic pupil i m 22 i suffered from this pupil a year ago ,idiopatheic i took alprazolam1tab?
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Diagnosed with fibro but symptoms include tiring quickly, leg aches w/ trouble climbing stairs, tonic pupil, and memory loss. Something else?
Fibro is an: insidious illness that involves multiple systems--muscles, neurological, vascular and psychiatric. Your symptoms fit, but are only four of possibly 20 or more. Here's a reference: http://www.webmd.com/fibromyalgia/understanding-fibromyalgia-symptoms Find a doc that works with this disorder, as it can present in many forms and resist treatment. Pain docs and arthritis specialists are good.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get it checked: The pupil is the black space where there is a central opening in the colored iris. So, there should not be a white dot in the pupil as this would actually be inside the eye. It is probably on the cornea, which is the clear dome over top of the iris and pupil. However, a white spot on the cornea is not good, as it could be an ulcer, a foreign body, or scar. ...Read more