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Drooping in upper and lower eyelid of one eye, what to do?

A decrease or loss. of function of your orbicularis oculi or levator muscles (some of the muscles that control eyelid movement) can indicate a neurologic pathology that needs to be evaluated by your ophthalmologist. Read more...
Have it evaluated. You should have this evaluated. Are there any other associated problems such as blurry vision or changes in pupil size? Are you seeing double? Any numbness in the cheek? A thorough eye exam should be performed especially if the problem is new in onset. See an ophthalmologist for a complete eye exam. Read more...

What to do about drooping in upper and lower eyelid of one eye?

See a doctor for . Evaluation and treatment. The best option is to see an Oculoplastic specialist. . Read more...