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Change in size of the eye.
My mom is 45years old and we can see the size of one of her eye getting reduced with every passing day which basically makes her one eye look much bigger than the other. We consulted a doctor 1year ago we were said it is because of thyroid. So, what can be the actual reason behind her eye size and now should we consult a opthalmologist or endocrinology?
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Thyroid is very well Known to affect eyes causes various symptoms of thyroid eye disease. One of which asymmetry in both eyes. It can also affect eye site. Hence, advise to Kindly consult ophthalmologist to monitor the severity of thyroid eye disease & treat accordingly.Also, to Consult endocrinologist to keep systemic thyroid levels under control.
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