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Should I worry if my eyes are unequal sizes?

Should I worry if my eyes are unequal sizes?

No everybody's are: Everyone is asymmetric, that is, diference between the sizes of arms and legs and organs in each side of the body. What you have noticed is a normal finding. ...Read more

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Should i worry if my eyes are puffy and swollen due to a bee sting on my scalp?

Should i worry if my eyes are puffy and swollen due to a bee sting on my scalp?

Bee sting: Bee stings can cause an anaphylactic reaction (swollen eyes, swollen throat sensation, difficulty swallowing). Be sure you do not have any of these other symptoms. Otherwise: cold ice packs, Benadryl (diphenhydramine) (if not other medical contraindications). ...Read more

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How much should I worry about blood shot eyes?

How much should I worry about blood shot eyes?

Not too much: Blood shot eyes are usually caused by fatigue, dry eyes or allergies. Some would also classify subconjunctival hemorrhage as bloodshot. As long as the cause is known, there is usually no worry. If there is sudden onset without a cause, see an eye doctor. ...Read more

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I am suffering from severe insomia and my eyes are always puffy with dark circles. my insomia started before 35 days should i worry due to puffy eyes?

I am suffering from severe insomia and my eyes are always puffy with dark circles. my insomia started before 35 days should i worry due to puffy eyes?

Insomnia: This type of puffy eyes doesn't denote permanent damage. See a sleep specialist or go to a clinic specializing in sleep disorders to get your sleeping back on track. Avoid alcohol,caffeine and nicotine and eating spicey,fried,greasy foods at night. ...Read more

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A few days ago I was sitting and I completely lost vision in both my eyes? It was gone everything black. lasted few minutes. only 18. should i worry

A few days ago I was sitting  and I completely lost vision in both my eyes? It was gone everything black. lasted few minutes. only 18. should i worry

Get checked: That is definitely not normal. Some people have migraines that affect their eyes only and that could be what you experienced. But with a complete loss of vision for several minutes - you need to be checked by your Family Physician and an Eye doctor. ...Read more

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What causes the boogers in your eyes when u wake up? I havnt had any in weeks should I worry?

What causes the boogers in your eyes when u wake up? I havnt had any in weeks should I worry?

Don't worry: There some irritation during the day that will cause this to happen at night. Use artificial tear drops and this will help. ...Read more

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I have a slight brown colored shade/ring around iris in my eyes that i never noticed before so it is normal or something that I should worry about?

I have a slight brown colored shade/ring around iris in my eyes that i never noticed before so it is normal or something that I should worry about?

Depends: Depends on your eye color and where the ring is. If it on the white part of the eye, it is normal and likely there your whole life. If it is on the cornea in front if the iris, then that is certainly not normal and can be a sign of a condition called wilson's dz. If you are not sure, see an ophthalmologist right away. Good luck! ...Read more

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My 4 year old has always had a little puffiness under his eyes since birth. Is that just normal for some? Anything to worry about?

My 4 year old has always had a little puffiness under his eyes since birth. Is that just normal for some? Anything to worry about?

Probably normal: Generally there is quite a variation in "normals" with appearances around the eyes. Puffiness, slight pigmentary changes, eyelid asymmetries, & eyelid creases are some observations that occur & likely will change as child grows.As long as the eyes see well, move be well, and the eyelids function normally, I'd monitor. As an aside, environmental allergies may have some role in eyelid puffiness too. ...Read more

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