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Sometimes one of my eyes blinks slower than the other. Unless you look closely, it's not very noticeable. Should I have this looked at and/or treated?
A small amount of asymmetry of blink can be normal. However if this condition has gotten worse or is associated with facial weakness, a droopy eyelid or a bulging eye, evaluation by an Eye MD ophthalmologist would be appropriate.
Answered by: Rona Silkiss, MD
Categories: General Eye Health
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Answered: Mar 20, 2014
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