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Can allergy eye drops cause pupil dilation?

Can allergy eye drops cause pupil dilation?

No: Typically allergy eye drops contain antihistamines or saline. Should not noticably affect pupils. Even steroid Rx drops. Something else; ask your doctor. One pupil enlarged only? Go to ER. ...Read more

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Pupil (Definition)

The pupil is the opening in the iris inside of the eye though which light is focused on the retinal film at the back of the eye. The iris can open and close in response to light to vary the amount inside the eye. It is what looks red, in the ...Read more


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What's pupil dilation?

What's pupil dilation?

Pupil dilation: When you look at your eye is the mirror, the dark circle in the center is the pupil. Dilating drops make the pupil larger and allow a more complete eye exam robe performed. Dilation takes about 15-20 minutes and lasts 3-4 hours or longer (depending on which drops are used). ...Read more

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Do colored contacts affect pupil dilation?

No: Colored contacts still let almost all light in, so there is no effect on pupil size. But the pattern of color in the lensar make the pupil look different. ...Read more

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Can doctor drops cause uneven pupil dilation?

Can doctor drops cause uneven pupil dilation?

Yes.: This can be either due to the drops that the doctor uses in each eye or due to a difference in each iris of the person who is being dilated. The doctor may use a stronger combination of drops in one eye resulting in uneven pupil dilation. The iris of one eye may have an anatomical difference in its make-up that is either congenital or acquired (trauma) that could lead to uneven pupil dilation. ...Read more

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Which eye drops cause heterochromia?

Which eye drops cause heterochromia?

Heterochromia: Prostaglandin analogues used to treat glaucoma have risk in changing eye color. ...Read more

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Does having dilated pupils cause blurry vision?

Does having dilated pupils cause blurry vision?

Yes: Having your eye dilated for an eye exam can cause vision blurryness that is temporary. ...Read more

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Could hypocalcemia cause pupil dilation and a sluggish pupil response to light?

Hypocalcemia: A complete list of the symptoms of hypocalcemia (h) can be found at this link: http://www.Clevelandclinicmeded.Com/medicalpubs/diseasemanagement/endocrinology/hypocalcemia/. Pupil dilation and and a sluggish pupil are not some of the symptoms of h. ...Read more

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Whats central heterochromia iridis?

Whats central heterochromia iridis?

Different color...: On the inner and outer part of the iris: like a target. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/ba/heterochromia_blue_orange.png. ...Read more

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Does insomnia cause pupil dilation?

Does insomnia cause pupil dilation?

Not usually: Dilated pupils can occur as a side effect of various medications and several illicit drugs. Serious medical conditions such as serotonin syndrome can also cause this. Insomnia for a night or two would not usually result in dilated pupils. How long have you had insomnia? Have you been depressed or started a new medication? See your doctor to be sure and bring a list of all drugs, herbals takin ...Read more

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Can pupils stay dilated permanently with atropine?

Can pupils stay dilated permanently with atropine?

Usually not: The effects of Atropine usually wear off after several hours. It is unusual for pupils to be permanently dilated. However, if you have had surgery as you have indicated, that may affect the way that the pupils respond or the duration of response to atropine. ...Read more

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Can eye medicine(drops) effect the size of a pupil?

Can eye medicine(drops) effect the size of a pupil?

Yes: Eye doctors often use eye drops( atropine) to dilate the pupil so he/she can see the back the eye better during examination, but the pupil return to it normal size after the effect of the medication is gone. ...Read more

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Is rubeosis iridis related to rubeotic glaucoma?

Is rubeosis iridis related to rubeotic glaucoma?

Yes: Iris neovascularization can lead to neovascular glaucoma if the intraocular pressure is elevated, causing optic nerve damage. ...Read more

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