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How we save our eye pupil in sun shine. ?

How we save our eye pupil in sun shine.
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Multiple: Dont look directly at the sun, wear sunglasses, a hat and stay in the shade. ...Read more

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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How to get smaller eye pupils when I see hot chix?

Smaller pupils need: In short, do not get too excited. Excitement makes you body produce adrenaline, which will dilate the pupils. ...Read more

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What are reasons why my eye pupils are different sizes?

What are reasons why my eye pupils are different sizes?

Needs eval: Unequal pupils can be from many conditions, some of which are very serious. Seek attention from an ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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What is the problem if one eye pupil is smaller than the other?

Many things: This could be physiologic, meaning it's benign and just the way the pupil is. This could be from getting a drug in the eye, a neurologic condition, test inflammation in the eye, and rarely brain aneurysms, brain tumor, cancer, and past inflammation, infection or ischemia in the optic nerve. If this is new you should go to your doctor. ...Read more

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How to remove this bump in my eye pupil?

How to remove this bump in my eye pupil?

Unknown: The pupil is a circular opening in the center of the iris, the colored (blue or brown) diaphragmatic tissue behind the clear cornea of the eyeball. A "bump" in this space is unlikely, but possible. I suggest you see an ophthalmologist for a formal opinion. ...Read more

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My son's left eye's pupil is bigger, should I be worried?

My son's left eye's pupil is bigger, should I be worried?

Probably not : In the absence of a head injury, a small difference can be normal, but evaluation by an ophthalmologist should be done to be sure. ...Read more

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I have just notice that one of my eye pupils is bigger than the other. Are there any ideas on what's causing this?

I have just notice that one of my eye pupils is bigger than the other. Are there any ideas on what's causing this?

Anisocoria: Difference in pupillary size (anisocoria) can be completely normal or be a sign of an underlying medical condition. About 20% of the population has normal physiologic anisocoria. If you have absolutely no other symptoms it is likely benign. However, you should probably see your ophthalmologist for a complete exam, ...Read more

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Is it normal for my eye pupil to enlarge after eye surgery?

Is it normal for my eye pupil to enlarge after eye surgery?

Depends: It depends on what eye surgery you had. Often, the pupil is dilated for the surgery so it may still be enlarged for a period of time afterwards. Best suggestion would be to ask your doctor who performed the surgery. ...Read more