My eye pupils are larger than most others should I be worried?

Probably not. Your pupils size is not a constant measure. It changes depending on the amount of light that enters your eye. If you are exposed to very little light, your pupils will dilate and vice versa. The iris muscle is regulated by different mediators. In children, the pupils are usually larger than those in adults. As long as your pupils are equal in size, there may nothing wrong with them.