Overcoming Drooping Eyelids?
Thanks for the question. Have you ever consulted a doctor? Your complaint may be due to Horner's syndrome. Horner's syndrome is a clinical symptom and sign that appears as a result of disruption of the nerve pathways from the brain to one side of the face and eye. This condition can be caused by stroke, neck injury, tumor at the top of the lung, infection at the top of the lung, the presence of cysts in the spine, migraines, and others. This syndrome is characterized by:
the lower eyelid slightly rises the upper eyelid looks down (ptosis) the size of the pupa is different from one another, some of the face sweats a little or even not at all The best thing you can do right now is to see an ophthalmologist first. The doctor will perform a series of examinations on your eyes. The doctor may perform further examinations such as a CT scan or MRI of the head. There is no specific treatment for Horner's syndrome but if this condition is caused by one of the conditions mentioned above, if the cause is treated then usually the eye condition will recover.
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