hi can you help me, my baby sister has just had a thorat op, an they sed she has got an infection were she has had the op, an once before she has had mrsa, am just wonderin do u know if mrsa can make ...
Pharmacologic - many drugs can cause enlarged pupils
Mechanical - damage to the iris, for example, after cataract surgery
Tonic pupil (Adie pupil)
Transient anisocoria - may be associated with migraine headaches
If you are concerned, see an ophthalmologist. If you have had recent head trauma, go to an ER.
See an optometrist but I would guess one is far sighted or near sighted and the other is not.
You want to get that checked. Sooner, rather than later.
"If only one pupil is dilated, however, you may have Adie's syndrome, a condition in which one pupil contracts more slowly than the other in response to light. It's usually caused either by a malfunction in the mechanism that controls the dilation reflex or from a harmless inflammation of the eye nerves.
More seriously, a single dilated pupil could indicate a brain injury, stroke or tumor.
If just one pupil is larger than the other, see the doctor immediately, says Dr. Slakter. "This is a case where a matter of an hour or two could save your life," he says."