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When the pupil is dilated for 6 months, what are the risks? When the eye pressure rises to 56, what are the risks?

Related Topics: Eyes, Pupil, Pressure
 

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If you have had a pupil that has remained dilated for 6 months, you should call your eye doctor and have him or her take a look.

Only a one-on-one exam can accurately determine if this is something natural for you or if there is a health issue that you need to be concerned about.

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