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I think I have graves disease, will my eyes pop out?

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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology

In brief: Sometimes

Graves disease is the association of thyroid hyperactivity with eye protrusion although each aspect can occur independently.
The bulging of the eyes is unpredictable; some have it mild but others severe in a manner that can be a cosmetic problem, cause visual doubling, corneal surface problems from exposure and loss of vision if very severe. You should seen an oculoplastic surgeon for this.

In brief: Sometimes

Graves disease is the association of thyroid hyperactivity with eye protrusion although each aspect can occur independently.
The bulging of the eyes is unpredictable; some have it mild but others severe in a manner that can be a cosmetic problem, cause visual doubling, corneal surface problems from exposure and loss of vision if very severe. You should seen an oculoplastic surgeon for this.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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