The oculomotor nerve is one of your 12 cranial nerves. It is also known as the third cranial nerve. It is the nerve responsible for moving your eyeballs around, positioning your eyelids and pupils, and focusing your eyes. Many conditions can affect the third cranial nerve and cause its palsy. When it's paralyzed, you will suffer from double vision, drooping eyelid, and inability to move your eye in certain directions. This can happen due to diseases that affect the blood supply to the nerve, trauma, surgery, and compressing aneurysm or tumor.
Improves when one eye is closed
Chronic or persistent pain, Recurrent
Tension around forehead, Tight band-like pain around the head and neck
Unequal pupil sizes
High blood pressure disease
Type 1, Type 2
High levels of fats in blood
History of vasculitis
An abnormal focal dilation of an artery in the brain
If you have Oculomotor Nerve Palsy, then a visit to a neurologist is highly recommended.