Asked for male, 25years old from Bhubaneswar
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Ptosis is more common in older adults. It happens when the levator muscle, which holds up your eyelid, stretches or detaches from the eyelid, causing it to droop. It causes the appearance of asymmetrical eyes, so one eye looks lower than the other. In some people ptosis affects both eyes.
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