This question was answered on Fri 19, Nov 2010 07:48am by Dr.Kokil Mathur

My vision blurred in the bottom half of my left eye. On looking in the mirror the bottom half of my left pupil had enlarged as though it had bled black from within but only the bottom of the pupil not the top and only in one eye. But the enlargement was n

    
Asked by claro (Female; 37; Only serious illness appendicitis.; Relevant drugs:Nil ) on Thu 11, Nov 2010 10:45pm

My vision blurred in the bottom half of my left eye. On looking in the mirror the bottom half of my left pupil had enlarged as though it had bled black from within but only the bottom of the pupil not the top and only in one eye. But the enlargement was not a semi circle shape it was ragged.After a minute it returned completely back to normal. What happened?

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Answer by Dr.Kokil Mathur  on Fri 19, Nov 2010 07:48am:

Hi! Decrease in tears, dryness of eye, conjunctivitis, palpebral edema, stye, lacrimal sac infection, eye strain, refractive errors of eye like near or far sightedness etc can all cause blurry vision. Some dilatation of pupil is expected in blurry vision. Since it came and went, it can also be an optic stroke or ocular migraine (usually there is no headache). Please consult an eye specialist. Hope this helps. Take care!

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