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The bottom of my left eye (where is lashes are located) has sagged downward, making the left eye look higher than the right eye.  I saw my optamologist, everything is OK (pressure, no glacoma, etc.).  I would appreciate any information on why this is happening.  Thank you.
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Sometimes this can be due to a weakness in the lower lid, causing the downward sagging of the lower lid.  Ask your ophthalmologist for a recommendation to see an oculoplastic specialist; these ophthalmologists are experts in diagnosis and treatment of lid disorders.  
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