One eyelid/eyebrow lower than other? (Photo)
Doctor Answers 3
This is likely to be thyroid eye disease.
First, you should be worked up to determine your thyroid status. Additional testing for thyrotropin-receptor antibodies (TSIs) are also very helpful.
There are two autoimmune conditions associated with thyroid eye changes: Graves disease and Hashimoto's.
Your thyroid work up can be normal. In that case, your change would be consistent with so-called euthyroid Graves disease.
You should find an oculoplastic surgeon who is involved in the management of thyroid eye disease. This is a condition that is covered by health insurance and it is reasonable to start with a surgeon who is in your health plan. Management is evolving but often surgery is required to restore the eyelids and orbit.