It started two days ago, it was late at night and my eyes were tired, I took a picture of myself and noticed my right eye was droopy, I just thought it was because I was tired so I went to bed. The next morning I looked at my eye again and I noticed it still was droopy, but not as droopy as the previous night, I looked up information online and up came ptosis. I have never noticed my eye being like this before, I never even heard of ptosis until now, it seems like I just got ptosis on my right eye. I was looking at exercises that could help ptosis and stuff, but I am still concerned of how the droopiness could have just came on. How could it come on so quickly? What can I do to help it? What information can you give me? I can't stop thinking about it. It seems ever since I've noticed the droopiness I can also feel it drooping.
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