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What can I do for a drooping eyelid?

Q:

I had Acanthamoeba 3 years ago in one of my eyes. I used eye drops for 3-4 month continuously. After that my eye sometimes becomes smaller than another one. I think it depends on my sleep time or how much I work with the pc. Sometimes it is good and my eyes are similar. What should I do? I'm 25 years old, girl, phd student and I need my eyes!!! Help me please

A:

An examination by an ophthalmologist would be the first step.  Your description of your problem may indicate a problem with the muscle which keeps your eye open.  A detailed eye evaluation would be your first step.

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