Is it possible for anyone to figure out why my eyes are bulging but I do not have graves' disease?

Bulging eyes. Could be normal for you. If you are concerned, then see an ophthalmologist or orbital specialist (oculoplastic surgeon) for a consultation.

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Any reason why my eyes are bulging but I do not have graves' disease?

Need to see eye dr. You need to have your eyes measured, to make sure they are actually protruding, beyond normal or if it's just your bone structure. Anything that can increase what appears to be protrusion can also be tumors, masses, inflammation in the eye, or involving the optic nerve, chiasm, vein or muscles. That requires imaging, and further workup. Also your thyroid antibody panels need to be repeated. Read more...
Bulging eyes. I don't have a ready explanation but you MUST see an Ophthalmologist! Read more...

If I have graves disease will my eyes bulge? Will meds prevent bulging?

Probably Not X 2. Two findings in Graves Disease are proptosis, wide opening of the eyes, which goes away with treatment and exophthalmos, thickening of the muscles behind the eyes causing the eyes to bulge. It results from the same antibodies that cause the thyroid problem attaching to the muscles. It usually happens at the time of disease flair, but can happen after tx! RAI has largest risk (prevent w/steroids). Read more...

Will bulging eyes from graves disease ever go back to normal?

Sometimes. Sometimes if early and treated well they will be fine, other times you might require surgical intervention. Talk with your endoctrinologist. Read more...

Hi doc. Do I need to see an opthalmologist for. My bulging eyes? I was diagnoses with graves disease and taking methimaxole for almost one mobth alread

Yes . You need a thorough ophthalmologic examination to establish your baseline as well as to treat anything that is apparent from your examination findings. Furthermore, graves' disease management is a multidisciplinary approach involving usually an endocrinologist, ophthalmologist ;#40;strabismologist, oculoplastic, general;#41;, and occasionally a radiation oncologist. And yes, stop smoking! Read more...