By itself, the difference in the size of your pupils rarely results in noticeable symptoms; in fact, sometimes anisocoria is only discovered when you compare old and recent photographs of yourself and notice a change in your appearance.
However, if anisocoria is a symptom of an eye disorder, you will generally have other symptoms related to that disorder. These eye disorder symptoms may include:
- Drooping eyelid (ptosis)
- Reduced eye movement
- Eye pain
- Reduced sweating
If you experience any of these symptoms with anisocoria, you should contact your ophthalmologist (Eye M.D.) immediately.
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