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Is it normal to have one pupil slightly bigger than the other?Sometime my right pupil appears slightly larger, the difference is marginal and they both react to light at the same rate. I'm worried because I've been having headaches recently, although this is now improving. I've seen my GP and he said that my headaches were likely due to sinus infection and the when he looked in my eyes there was no swelling behind them
Thank you for your reply. I'd say the variant is never more tham 1mm and I only ever notice the difference in dimmer light.
I have been experiencing more headaches over the past few weeks but this does seem to be improving now. My GP checked for papilloedema and he said my eyes looked normal, could he have seen nerve damage with an opthalmascope alone? No drooping of the eyelid or double vision although i could probably benefit from getting my eyes tested as its been a while. When say benign do mean as opposed to disease or something else? I have quite bad health anxiety and worried this is a brain tumour?
Which eye would be of more concern, the larger or smaller pupil? They react to light at the she
*the same rate