I am observing that my RIGHT eye is smaller that the left one.
What is surprising is that i never had this problem until two year (seeing my old photos).I did not have any surgery or accident. But i do wear contact lens ( my power is -2.00 in Right ans -1.75 in left )
Please let me know if there is any problem in me, do i have to get myself tested?
P.S : last month i got my thyroid test, because of my hair fall. The results were Negative.
Your problem can be due to:
1. The lid drooping (ptosis)
2. One eye starting to stick out (exophthalmos) or growth behind eye.
3. Tissue behind one eye starting to shrink.
4. Contact lens can cause an eyelid to droop.
Find an Eye MD ophthalmologist right away. Take in full face photos of you taken 5-10 years ago for comparison. Have the Eye MD look at you before any drops are put in your eyes. Wear your glasses in for the exam. Find an eye md at www.aao.org
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