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Should I be worried that sometimes my pupls is seem different sizes? Watch

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    *pupils sorry

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    you could pop into an opticians to ask them if you don't want to ask your GP.
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    Mine have always seemed different sizes and my optician has never mentioned anything so I'm assuming it's not a problem...
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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    Mine have always seemed different sizes and my optician has never mentioned anything so I'm assuming it's not a problem...
    Yeah its normal, cuz when the light hits your eye something like that it sometimes gets bigger and smaller.
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    No.

    On a more serious note, I've noticed this about my pupils as well, but I'm not sure if it's just the lighting or something.
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    Isn't this normal...
    I thought they changed size due to different light circumstances?
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    Yeah but different sizes to each other

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    Its really freaking me out

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    You could ask your doctor or optician if you're worried, but having pupils of different sizes isn't uncommon, my mum has them
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    Its relatively common to some degree or another. Sometimes it can be quite obvious (like 'Holmes-Adie pupil')

    British opticians can deal with this (as in look at it and refer you on if needed)
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    (I say briitsh opticians because they are very highly trained in the UK - not so in other places in the world where they simply fit glasses)
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    I would go and speak to your gp. can be a sign of all sorts of things. very common though so wouldn't worry, is this a recent change ?


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    (Original post by triphazards)
    I would go and speak to your gp. can be a sign of all sorts of things. very common though so wouldn't worry, is this a recent change ?


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    I think ive had it a while but only recently I've actually looked at it and noticed properly

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