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Does this only occur when you smile or is one eye open more when your face is relaxed?
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Also, do you have any medical conditions or have you suffered any trauma to your head/face or had any serious infections around that area?
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Thanks. . .mostly when I smile. . there is a slight difference when relaxed (only noticed when looking for it). . .
No recent trauma nor infections. On statins and blood pressure meds (but was on them for years prior) - haven't changed meds recently. Have three cardiac stents
There are a number of things that can cause this. One is swelling of the muscles behind your eyeball or overaction of a muscle that helps to open your eyelid. The most common cause of this issue is called Graves Disease. Other, less common things could be a tumor/mass in the orbit, aberrant nerve regeneration etc.
Meds: Aspr 81mg; Crestor 10 mg; Ramipril 10mg; Bupropion 300mg; Zetia 10mg; Amlodipine 5mg
Would you recommend seeing general physician? or ophthalmologist?
I suggest you have a complete eye exam by an ophthalmologist first, then maybe an internist. Your meds are not the cause of this.
Thank you. . .I'll make an appointment. Have a great day.
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