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One Eye Drooping
Blepharoptosis: When your child is sleepy the drooping or ptosis of the upper lid may be present. You should observe the child while awake to see if the child has a droopy lid. If in question, consult your local oculoplastic surgeon. ...Read more
Husband is a functional alcoholic. Tried to cut down. Now has 1 eye that droops a lot but won't see dr. Should i encourage him.
Al-anon: I have never heard of an alcoholic responding to the nagging of their spouse. You can frankly tell him what you see and how you feel. Perhaps the program of al-anon may be of some benefit for your personal survival. ...Read more
One eye seems to be drooping (about 1/3 closed) and it feels filmy. It is on and off for about a 2 weeks. ?
Could be TIA: Your eyelid droop could be a problem with one of the cranial nerves that control the muscles, and this is a potentially serious situation. You should see your eyemd right away, and try to prevent a possible stroke. Many times a transient ischemic attack (TIA) will preceed a stroke and cause nerve changes that come and go. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
One eye feels like it's drooping sometimes but it's not, and vision is slightly blurry. started after I had vestibular neuritis. MRI = good.
I woke up this morning with drooping eyelid in my left eye. I have been having headaches on and off, although I am not having one right now.
Ptosis: sounds like ptosis (a weakness of the levator muscle in the eylid) Headaches suggestive of inflammatory process. Bells palsy can look similar but it is seldom isolated only to the eyelid. Have your situation evaluated by MD. Your condition is not normal and could have other causes ...Read more
Which cranial nerve control drooping of the eyebrow & upper eye lid? When I blink my left side droops unless I physically hold it up.
Son has muscular dystrophy. School had an eye exam and they made a note that his eye lids are drooping a little over his pupils. Should he be seen by his doctor?
My 2 year old nephew has the following symptoms: pale face, droopy eyes, abnormal stool, vomitting. What could this be?
Eyelid- yes: The droopy eyelid is called ptosis. It is usually caused by a muscle or nerve problem that is amenable to surgery. The lazy eye (amblyopia )treatment depends on the age of the patient. If the patient is under 12 years old then patching may help improve the vision. Over age 12 the nervous system is developmentally stable and patching will not help improve the vision. ...Read more
Is it possible to have a "lazy eye" and a droopy eyelid (ptosis) at the same time on the same eye?
My child was born with moderate hearing loss due to nerve damage, Chiari malformation, a droopy eye that doesn't produce tears, and possible seizures. The only thing I did different with her than my other children is take Zofran while pregnant with her. C
Thyroid, others: In the 19 year old age group, thyroid malfunction is the most likely diagnosis. Less common are tumors behind the eye, some primary and some metastatic. If the bulging is accompanied by pain, especially on eye motion it could be infectionl this always requires evaluation and you should see a neuro-ophthalmologist or oculoplastic surgeon (not an optometrist). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Watery eye: Do you wear contact lenses? Have you gotten a foreign body (piece of dirt/plant/etc in your eye that may have scratched it? Is there pain in the eye? Is it red & swollen? Any pus? Do you use mascara? When did you last change it? (should change every 3 months at least). If any of above are true, see your eye doc for evaluation & treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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