It sounds like you are experiencing physiologic anisocoria
. This is a normal variation in the size of your pupils.
There are medical conditions that can cause this, such as migraines
, adies tonic pupil, horner's syndrome, oculomotor nerve palsy and, everyone's favorite who asks questions on just answer, brain tumors, bleeding in the brain and other bad stuff inside your head.....
Also, many drugs and OTC herbal compounds can dilate or constrict the pupils...
The good news? The bad things don't change from day to day but physiologic anisocoria does. Physiologic anisocoria is nothing to worry about. It can be seen in up to 25% of the population at any given instant.
From what you are telling me I do not believe you have anything to be concerned about. However, having an ophthalmologist
give you the once over couldn't hurt :o)
Does this make sense to you?
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