My left eye is getting smaller than right.I have been to doctor and he couldnt diagnose. Please advice,,?
He made lot of test but everything was normal(Thyroid test ,Vision test etc)
I noticed this problem one year back that my left eye was getting smaller and there was little irritation which is very hard to describe (Heaviness + sensitive to change of light (Like high beam from a car)
I went to a doctor and after making several tests over few weeks He really couldn’t diagnose the problem. During the course he gave me lot of eye drops and finally one of them worked in terms of stopping the irritation but not the eye size.
Now after one year the irritation is back
I find myself. Back to square one “small left eye(weird) with irritation”
Any advice will be great
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