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What you describe seems like acute unilateral ptosis
. Acute ptosis is often associated with other causes such as "Horner syndrome", brain pathology, chest pathology or a localised growing mass.
The treatment suggested by your second doctor - defcort
) is appropriate.
In addition to these drugs, I would be interested in knowing if you have performed any investigations. Routine blood test
, MRI scans and thorough eye examination is essential and important in your case.
Discuss with your neuro-ophthalmologist for proper management.
Hope this helps.
Wish you a speedy recovery