The Eyeball Looks Smaller Along With The Body Limp And Feels Stiff?
In the afternoon, I want to ask about the complaints I’m experiencing right now, why does it feel like my eyeballs are getting smaller and smaller, so I easily get limp and my body is often stiff, why is that? Is it because every day I hold my cellphone so my eyes are easily palsed ?? then I don’t feel it with my eyes, now I feel my eyes are getting smaller, what should I do? to be as healthy as before?
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First of all, of course it needs to be ascertained whether indeed your eyeballs are shrinking or there are other conditions that cause the eyeballs to look smaller. The eyeball is very, very rarely able to shrink by itself. Reduction of the eyeball can occur after a puncture trauma to the eye due to fluid in the eyeball that comes out. The conditions that are more often found include:
swelling on the face or eyelids (for example, excessive fluid buildup such as heart failure, kidney disorders, and liver disorders) eyelids decrease / ptosis (for example due to the aging process, injury to the eyelid muscles, stroke, Horner's syndrome, myasthenia gravis) one of the eyeballs enlarges (for example due to tumors or graves disease) In the conditions above, the size of the eyeball is actually the same (not shrinking), but subjectively can cause the eyes to look smaller.
Because your symptoms are accompanied by symptoms of frequent weakness and rigid body, you should do an examination directly to the doctor of internal medicine. An internist will analyze your symptoms more deeply, do a physical examination, and also conduct certain investigations if necessary. Your doctor's examination should not be delayed because your condition can indicate a systemic disorder that requires immediate examination and treatment.
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