What causes dystocia?

After birth, the bony orbits and eyes grow. If they are not the same size/shape, there can be assymmetries [differences in the two sides of the head].

Simply, dystocia is a misplacement of an eye, usually to high or too low. The brain may have problems in recognizing the difference, especially if it is changing. This can lead to double-vision, amblyopia, or dizziness. Dystocia is usually a birth defect.

Dystocia in adults can be due to tumor or thyroid condition or other things:

Talk with your physician for further information.