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Slowed pupil dilation in left eye in response to bright light exposure. How to make this normal?

Slowed pupil dilation in left eye in response to bright light exposure. How to make this normal?

Confused: The pupil becomes smaller in bright light. Dilation is when the pupil increases in size. This occurs in dim light or when you are frightened. ...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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Could hypocalcemia cause pupil dilation and a sluggish pupil response to light?

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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Would hypocalcemia cause pupil dilation in response to light?

Would hypocalcemia cause pupil dilation in response to light?

Unlikely: Severe hypocalcemia may weaken muscle contraction, which could make the pupils unable to constrict. But it cannot cause a paradoxical dilation of the pupils to light. ...Read more

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Out of nowhere get really pale dry lips body shakes have to sit or will pass out hard breathing dilated pupils no response for few seconds.

Out of nowhere get really pale dry lips body shakes have to sit or will pass out hard breathing dilated pupils no response for few seconds.

Hyperventilation: People with seizures fall to the ground. You have shortness of breath which is the defining clue. Try breath holding exercises and relaxation therapies. Take adequate calcium (1 grm per day) and magnesium (500 mg per day). The website heartmath.Com will help you to relax. Valerian herb tea can be useful. ...Read more

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Wilson's disease, is it normal to have a golden ring around pupil?

Wilson's disease, is it normal to have a golden ring around pupil?

Late finding: By the time the kayser-fleischer ring has appeared at the edge of the cornea, the disease is far-advanced. Don't think for a minute that the absence of this ring rules out wilson's -- the brain damage may be well-advanced before it appears. ...Read more

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Wondering if it's normal for my pupils to get bigger when i'm in the light?

Wondering if it's normal for my pupils to get bigger when i'm in the light?

Probably not: Pupils restrict in response to light so if you think yours are getting larger, then you have probably not controlled for proper conditions. Try it again. ...Read more

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My pupil size is big than other which happened due to an injury...Am i be worried? Any solution for getting back normal?

My pupil  size is big than other which happened due to an injury...Am i be worried? Any solution for getting back normal?

Anisocoria: Traumatic anisocoria (different pupil sizes) is common after eye trauma. It is usually not a problem and repair is not needed. If glare due to the large pupil bothers you, a contact lens, pupillary cerclage or other suturing techniques can be considered. ...Read more

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How much should pupils react to light? When I turn light on they get a little smaller then right back to normal. They usually react better. Is it ok?

Sounds normal: As long as you don't feel any discomfort with the light, then the pupil reaction is normal. It doesn't have to constrict completely, just enough to protect you. ...Read more

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