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One Dilated Pupil
Sep 17, 2009
... My optometrist thinks it could be Adie's Pupil and he's going to test me for it, the ophthamologist doesn't think so. I'm just curious if anyone else has had this and what did you do about it? ... (0 replies)
Dilated Pupil
May 18, 2008
... eadache but other than that, no complaints. Woke up again at 11am and I could not see out of my right eye. Went to the bathroom and noticed that I had a severely dilated pupil in my right eye. Call my PCP and he sent me to another ER for a head CT. Got a head CT which came back normal so they sent me to an ophthalmologist. ... (0 replies)
... and one of his pupils is dilated and the other is not, all the time. They were pretty sure that it wasn't serious but they did do an MRI of his brain to make sure that he didn't have a tumor. ... (5 replies)

... Tonight I noticed that my right pupil is dilated and will not contract in the light. ... (5 replies)
... ld and currently in my 7th month of pregnancy. This is my third pregnancy. The first two went smoothly, healthy and normal. When I was about 4 months pregnant one evening while wathcing a movie with my husband I started having a slight headache so I took 2 Tylenol. ... (1 replies)
... Laura, I have a permentantly dialated pupil and am interested in the pupilloplasty, where did you go to have it done? ... (3 replies)
... Just in case it's helpful to anyone, my surgeon has carried out a 'pupilloplasty' procedure for me. This means my pupil is stitched into one size permanently at about 4mm. ... (3 replies)
... After one week all drops with the exception of the Omnipred were discontinued. The Omnipred was decreased to 3x per day. ... (0 replies)
... normally in one eye and in one side of the head, that stays sometimes a day, or even a week! ... (0 replies)
... He probably used a long lasting dilating drop to reduce pain and control a potential anterior chamber reaction. (5 replies)
... hi all i woke up yesterday with very bad pain in my right eye i put eye drops in my eyes for hour since this happen 2 days before also but this time it didn't go away ,anyways ,i went to the dr and he said i had an abrasion and it looked like some nerve damage but he don't know if it was the abrasion that caused it or if the nerve damge caused the abrasion anyways i go back... (5 replies)
... *edit* I'm thinking perhaps I was overreacting. I looked at my eyes this morning and the pupils were still different sizes. I checked them again about a half hour ago to find that they've gone back to normal and are still responding to light as normal. I'll keep an eye out (no pun intended :)) for changes in the pupils until next week, and if it returns, I'll give my doctor... (5 replies)
... You need to go to a minor emergency clinic or somewhere, if not the ER. It may be nothing, but it could be something serious. Can you call your parents? I have a teenage son, and I would want to know if this were happening to him... Let us know... (5 replies)
... out the pupil deal. ... (0 replies)
... ke photos of my eyes. So today was no different, the technician was SO exasperated and all I could do was say sorry, I just cannot keep my eyes open. Besides, my pupil was dilated in the repaired eye, so it shouldn't have surprised her that I couldn't keep it open while she was shining a light in it. ... (120 replies)
... I had one pupil dilated during a severe bout of dizziness. My pupil contracted in the sunlight. Every so often, I would notice my right eye's pupil was larger than the other. I had it check out by an eye doctor and a neurologist and nothing was found. ... (1 replies)
... I know just what you're talking about. I had one eye whose pupil dilated as a result of my taking Trilafon years ago and I think once from Neurontin. It's a weird side effect and the doctor told me to discontinue taking the meds. ... (1 replies)
... is the light sensitive zone at the back of the eye and is normally only visible to an ophthalmologist using special instruments to look inside the eye through a dilated pupil. ... (15 replies)
... All of a sudden I noticed that one pupil was dilated and the other was not. Very strange? ... (2 replies)
... y my right eye is more dilated sometimes and I noticed it because although I wear glasses for distance I just noticed in the bathroom it is dialated and the left one is not, it makes my right eye a little more blurry than usual without my glasses. ... (0 replies)


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