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In Ptosis one suffers from droopy eyes, which eventually leads to the eyes shutting down or almost closing because of lack of muscle strength. This problem tends to get worse post sleeping and usually affects one eye. The common symptoms of Ptosis include drooping of one eye with the eye almost shutting down. There is also constant flickering and a bit of swelling in this eye.
HOW IS PTOSIS DIAGNOSED?
An Ophthalmologist diagnoses Ptosis by conducting an eye examination and blood test to detect diabetes to help diagnose the underlying cause of Ptosis.
HOW IS PTOSIS TREATED?
The most common treatment for Ptosis would be surgical procedure depending on the extent of the droopiness. In some cases, non-surgical procedures are also used that include crutch glasses and use of special scleral contact lenses for supporting the eyes.