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" and they tried to wake him up to find him non responsive and pinpoint pupils. He had a pulse and was breathing .... The pinpoint pupils are confusing. He did not hit his head or fall during the day that they know of. ...

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Hello, I have had visual disturbances the last 5 days and tingling , burning sensations in arms. My hands also feel weak. My pupils are responsive to light, but when you watch them closely they seem ...

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a coworker became sluggish, with slurred speech, disoriented, and with pinpoint pupils. what could this be? ...

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Hi. People are freaking out noticing I have long vertical pupils and scaring me even though my seeing is fine. They call me cat or lizard eyes ...

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My skin and pupil are twitching on the left side of my face. I might also describe the situation as one of constricting. It is very annoying. This started about 1 month ago. It might last for 15 to 20 ...

Public Forum Discussions

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My moms eye doc cant figure out if she has adies pupil or nerve palsy she s 49 and her symptoms are in one eye large pupil that s non responsive blurry alittle double vision no headache. She smokes and has ...

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Is it possible to have a concussion with normal pupil sizes and responses? ...

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Yesterday I developed an ulcer on the inside of my right eyelid. It seems to be getting smaller and I have less pain, however I just noticed that the pupil is larger than the left pupil. It does ...

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, level of responsiveness to stimulation, movements, pupil size and reaction to light, speech, and vital ...

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my wife s pupils are dilated and non responsive to any light source. She can t even sit up without feeling motion sick and her vision is blurry inside of 20 inches. She is on a couple of medications ...

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of his head. He now has a large bump at the base of his skull . His pupils are normal and hedoesnt seem ... serious damage? Thank you in advance for your response. ...

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i have an eye exam tomorrow, and they re dialating my pupils (im getting glasses)...but what does dialating the pupils mean? like what do they do? for anyone whos ever had that done before... ...

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Hi, i am really worried because my pupils sometimes a really small and sometimes really big as for a couple of months ago they were fine, and people notice and it puts me down. Do you know why they are like ...

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My pupils dilate every day towards late afternoon and stay that way until I go to sleep at night. I have been diagnosed with a Vit. D deficiency, but no doctor is able to tell my why my pupils remain ...

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My eyes have been looking very unhealthy for the past couple of months. The pupils of my eyes look darker and the whites look off-white. I am a 42 year old female, i don t drink or smoke and I ve never ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

both can cause this. if you give us more clinical profile, we can give a more detailed answer

doctor1 MD

Hi Non responsive pupils,dilated and fixed in mid position indicates patient is brain dead. It is one of the signs of death. Pupils can dilate due to atropine which is given during resuscitation.

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This can happen because your nervous system becomes highly active and more alert because of the stress response. this is like a fight or flight response and your pupils become larger to allow you to be more aware of your surroundings.