I spent Ā£350 on new glasses last year and I have problems reading small print now!! I am 53 and dont want to have to keep spending loads of money on glassses that will end up like the glass at the ...
i want colored contacts, i dont need them for seeing i just dont like my color of my eye, i have 20/20 vision and i was at walmart and i went to the eye center to see how much they would coast, they ...
My eyeglasses precription changed from -2.75 to -3.25 for both eyes. I just got my new glasses (first new ones in four years). I have pain in my eyes and a bad headache is this normal when your eyes ...
Ok it takes me about 30 minutues to put them in. Is this normal for a first time user? Also if you have very big eyelashes can that cause it to take longer to go in? The lenses the eye doctor game me ...
Pupils go large when the person is concentrating on something. So when you are looking at them in the mirror that could be it. Or if you are in the dark. Pupils go smaller in the sunlight. Of course as you rightly said drugs make them go large as well.
You could get them check anyway because it could be due to your actual eyesight or the muscles behind the eye.
when you look at your eyes are you in a dull area cause this will make you pupils large and if you are in a light area i am not sure why it might just be your eyes
Depends in the light. When it's dim, they're big, when it's very bright, like the sun, it's very small. I wouldn't worry, as long as they're both the same size pupils, then it's ok. Mine are always big, no matter what.
maybe ur parents are dope smokers
Are you in a light enviroment when you inspect them?
Being in a light area, the iris contracts (and there for changes the pupil size). This is so that the right amount of light is let in to the eye.
because ur probs looking at them when it's dark.
Yes, the lighting in the room you are observing this makes a difference--in darker areas the pupil expands, in bright light it constricts. Some over the counter meds such as certain antihistamines can cause pupil dilation as well as many presription drugs..However, some people do have naturally larger pupils than others, especially young children and teens. If your pupils are not of equal size or do not constrict when in bright light you may have a problem, you do not mention any light sensitivity so I am assuming they constrict in bright light--try this to see--if they do not see an ophthalmologist (MD) asap if for nothing else than reassurance.
It's too dark in your surroundings, either that or your breathing in LSD O_O
You are young and you are a girl.
Go out in the bright sunshine and look at your eyes in the mirror again, Sweetie. :)