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My Right Eye Lid Is Drooping More Than The Left Side Why Could That Be
Multiple causes: It depends on exactly what is wrong. A droopy appearing eyelid may be caused by excess upper eyelid skin or drooping of the eye brow. It could be something called ptosis which means the actual edge of the eyelid droops down. There are a number of causes of ptosis. You should see an eye doctor who treats eyelid problems to determine the cause and possible treatment options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
So my right eye lid twitched almost constantly for over a week now that has stopped by now my neck on the left side won't stop twitching.Do what???
Leave it alone: There is no reason for alarm. These things happen to everyone. As long as you are otherwise healthy, and not concerned about medicine side effects, you will be alright. If you are not that healthy or you use suspicious medicines, it may help to have lab tests or a medicine list review. ...Read more
Normal for right eye lid not to open after left side craniotomy. Sight is also compromised. Also extreme OCD like behavior, forgetfulness and confused?
NOT enough info: Please repost your question but this time PLEASE tell WHY you had a craniotomy. Aneurysm? Bleed? What? Where? Frontal? Temporal? Parietal? Occipital? Was it elective or emergent? Superficial or deep? If you want an answer, you have to provide useful information. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was wondering what could be done about nerve damage? I had a large brain tumor removed 2 years ago. I lost my hearing in my right ear. The hardest part is that i cannot move the right side of my face. I had a weight put in my right eye lid to help me bl
Facial : Facial nerve injury may occur secondary to tumor, surgery, or bell's palsy, which is a viral syndrome. Functional and aesthetic changes occur from loss of the motor function of the facial nerve and autonomic function of the facial nerve (innervation to parotid salivary gland). Major symptoms include inability to raise the brow (frontalis muscle), inability to close the eye fully (orbicularis occuli muscle), inability to smile or raise the lip (zygomatic and levator muscles of the cheek), and inability to tightly close the mouth (orbilularis oris muscle). In patient s with bell's palsy, it is common that the nerves regrowing into the tear gland get "confused", resulting in crocodile tears (the eye starts tearing at the smell of food). The best and most complicated treatment is nerve grafting, where functional nerves are attched from the base of the brain or functional muscles on the other side of the face.To the non-fuctioning muscles. This generally musct be done in the firat year after the injury. As the involved muscles undergo a pricess known as denervation atrophy. The second most effective surgery is muscle trasfer and use of a gold implant. Slips of functioning muscle that don't depend on the facial nerve for function are transfered to the non-functioning muscles. This can be done for blink (temporalis muscle), and smile (temporalis msucle). The gold weight helps to lose the eye, as the muscle that opens the eye is still intact (levator occuli). Other procedures can help the aesthetic complications. These include browlift, facelift, fat transfer, and relaxation of the opposing side of the face with botx cosmetic. I would recommend that you seek consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon who has experience in this area. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What can I do if my left eye lid is all messed up and it does not look the same as my right eye lid. How can I fix it?
See an eye doctor: The question is: "why is the eyelid different?" is this something that has been present since birth? Was there trauma to the lid? An infection? Each cause has a different possible treatment. Depending on what your eye doctor finds, there are several options that may be available to improve the appearance and function of your eyelid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm having bottom right eye lid spasms, right side of lips spasms, feels weird and annoying, why and how to make it stop.
I have two red spots on the white of my right eye, one under my eye lid and one on the right side, what are they? Should I be worried?
Benign hemorrhage : If the spots developed suddenly and are painless, they are probably just conjunctival hemorrhages. Eye rubbing or a good cough can cause them. If you are on a blood thinning drug like Aspirin or Coumadin they can get happen more frequently. The spots should slowly go away over the next week or so. If they don't, or if you start having pain, see an eye doc. ...Read more
I;ve noticed that the eyelashes on my right eye lid are not as sensitive as the lashes on my left eye lid. Should i be worried?
Eyelash sensitivity: I'd start with a nightly warm wet compress of the lids on both sides, and maybe some gentle cleaning of the lashes with a few drops of diluted baby shampoo to see if that helps. If not, or if there is a bump or ulcer, or bleeding or lash loss that is new, you should see an ophthalmologist for further evaluation. ...Read more
Pain under upper right eye lid yesterday, the right side of my right eye is red. It hurts when i touch my eye lid, and feels sore when i blink?
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