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Swollen left eye
Oct 12, 2014
... So about three days ago I noticed my eye lid started to hurt anytime i blinked at work and when I got home i noticed it was about two times bigger than it normally is. It's painful and when I'm laying down its just watery the whole time. ... (0 replies)
... I've had anxiety my entire life, but about 3 months ago it got to a point it never has, mostly because I was leaving one job for another, stressing myself out, and I had no health insurance. I stressed everyday and inevitable it became health oriented anxiety. ... (0 replies)
... what is that called when you have one eye bigger than the other in other words bigger in length and can that be a problem? ... (0 replies)

... No one's face is exactly symmetrical. Will laser eye surgery fix the problem? ... (1 replies)
... To go to ophthalmologist. Or one of your eye becomes subatrophic or be sure that it is not visual illusion (may be enlarged eyelid or ptosis). Or another eye becomes bigger because of different causes: retrobulbar tumor, inflammation of eyeball etc. (1 replies)
... One pupil bigger than the other. ... (0 replies)
... eyeglass correction when one eye image is taller than the other. ... (2 replies)
... I was born with different sized eyes. Vision wise, one is very strong, the other very weak. Mine is "lazy eye" or amblyopia. I saw a doctor a few years ago about having blepharoplasty. ... (10 replies)
... i know that, but i jus want to know the name of the surgery =/ i know there is a surgery called blepharoplasty, that is for the reshaping of the eyelids but i want to know if there is one to make eyes close to symmetrical, do anyone know that would be great (10 replies)
... Nobody has two face halves that are symmetrical. I saw a funny thing one time where photos of faces were cut down the middle, one half reversed and put back together with itself (if that makes sense). Two new symmetrical faces were created that looked different from the original. Anyway, if there is nothing medically wrong with your eyes, leave them alone. (10 replies)
... my eyes aren't symmetrical, the other eyes is shaped bigger than the other, i was wondering anyone know the name of the surgery to make your eyes perfectly or close to symmetrical.. thanks. ... (10 replies)
... my eyes aren't symmetrical, the other eyes is shaped bigger than the other, i was wondering anyone know the name of the surgery to make your eyes perfectly or close to symmetrical.. thanks. ... (0 replies)
... hey , i know exactly what you mean, but mine started out with cracking noises, then my eyes changed and so did my eye lids. One eye looks bigger than the other, and i feel like its affect my life. Keep in contact with me. Lets talk more, because im in the same position you are. ... (11 replies)
Droopy Eye lids.
Aug 17, 2004
... I need some help. I had three detached retina surgery and also 2 laser surgery for glaucoma on my right eye then i had a cataract removed from my eye. I am only 31 years old. ... (0 replies)
... or when I'm sitting across the table from someone and make eye contact. ... (1 replies)
... years now. I have no clue if I have a type of Stye Eye or something of that nature. ... (1 replies)
... Another reason is that eyes are not perfectly identical and that eye could just naturally be a little larger. I don't know any reason why amblyopia would make it bigger. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, everyone... this is my first time posting on the Eye and Vision board... ... (0 replies)
... Go to an eye doctor. Blurry vision with a pupil abnormality is something you should get checked out. ... (4 replies)
... what happens if you dont want to change your eyelids and just make the eyes symmetrical is it still through blepharoplasty?? (10 replies)


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