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Tyler charles


Is it normal to have one pupil bigger than the other?

Recently I have noticed that my right pupil is quite larger than my left one. I also have floaters in my right eye. My vision is good but the pupils just look funny. Is that normal?
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  • Rickey Stumphf


    No. There might be some problems that cause one pupil bigger than the other. Migraines may cause unequal pupil size. Eye injuries, glaucoma, nerve disorders, medications, alcohol abuse will also cause one pupil bigger than the other. I think you should see your doctor to have an exam.

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