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The most common cause for one eye to look bigger then the other (stick out more) is thyroid eye disease, also called Graves disease.
This can occur even with completely normal thyroid laboratory tests and function.
Here is an excellent article on this topic:
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it's really not sticking out, it's more open..it's not painful, my vision is not blurred or not doubled, is there something I can do in the mean time?