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Small Pupils That Do Not React To Light
Many causes: Without more information, the most inclusive answer is numerous medical conditions, prescription and non-prescription medications, and/or illicit substances. Some of these conditions and/or medications/substances can be harmful/lethal without medical attention. ...Read more
Medication: Are you taking prescription narcotics, or using recreational drugs? You describe sedation, with autonomic side effects. See your doctor. ...Read more
Not Really: Pain killers (opioids) can cause small pupils or pupillary constriction known medically as miosis. This is generally a dose related phenomenon and the pupils will become pinpoint at higher doses. There is no way to reverse this unless you stop the medication. ...Read more
Not necessarily: This could be due to allergies or other iatrogenic causes. Just because one had this color does not mean drug use is prevalent. ...Read more
My 5 month old has small pupils. They are totally equal in size, respond to light and definitely get bigger, but they just never get really big. Dr checked her eyes and said it's fine, it's just her and she has very light eyes. Ok?
Its fine: If a doctor has examined the baby and is not concerned, its fine ...Read more
I'm curing from candida albican but I have in middle of tongue raised red and grey small pupils and they are not painful and won't disappear.
Broken light sleep with vivid dreams, wake up every hour, small pupils, muscle twitches for last 2 months. 25 years old. Do I have fatal insomnia?
Difficulty falling: Asleep is often associated w/anxiety while waking up early and not returning to sleep is associated w/depression. Periodic waking is associated w/overall light sleep. Please see you doc who may order a sleep study. A psychologist can help w/stress management. Natural treatment includes melatonin supplement but w/professional guidance. Stop all stimulants after noon. Insomnia not fatal. ...Read more
Why do I feel a numb sensation in my toungue and difficulty swallowing with small pupils and difficultly hearing occasionally? My symptoms started after an anaphalctic reaction to antibiotics. I was hopsitalized for cellulitis at the time for cellulitis.
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I am a 28 year old female. Only My left pupil is dilated (very large)and does not react to light but my vision is okThis lasts of couple days. Any Ideas?
Can u helpMe? Patient had 1mm pupils that did not react to light. 60+yr old history of stroke&seizure. MyTeacherConcernedThatIDontKnowHowToAssessPupils
A Complicated Issue: The pupil can get as small as a"pinpoint"or so large it fills up the whole space and you look like a zombie. Depends on the cause Uh, you're not a zombie, are you? Usually those extremes aren't reached and the pupils are "small" (like 2mm)or"large" (taking up maybe 2/3 of the space).Why do you ask? Have you entered a Zombie pupil dilatation contest? Well, sorry, if you're dead they'd be "mid-position! ...Read more
Pupil: Pin point is smallest and full dilated is largest. Great pictures at Google. ...Read more
How small are pupils ment to go when light hits them let's say a flash from a camera in a darkish room?
1.5 mm: Normal pupils with normal reactivity can get down to 1.5 mm in diameter in bright light. This and light avoidance is the normal protective reaction. ...Read more
My nephews pupils are dilating unevenly one is small the other is large he's going to be 1 month old on the 16th, what could this be?
Check: Have his eyes checked. His ability to respond to light may be a problem. Some people have different sized pupils but have him checked. All the best. ...Read more
One of my pupils is slightly larger than the other. No other symptoms. They constrict normally and react to light. Could it be a tumor?
What couldit be? Mutlipe myloma wBlinding bright white light in the mrng and shakey vision and not focused for 5 to 7 mins Cant see. Pupils very small
Shaky vision: If this is only a phenomenon that occurs upon awakening in the morning and your vision is fine the rest of the time, it doesn't appear that you have a serious eye problem. Perhaps it takes a little time for your focus to regulate. Sometimes fluctuations in blood sugar cause transient visual blurring. If you still have further concerns about your eyes or vision, consult an ophthalmologist for advic ...Read more
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