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Could you with anemia have yellow eyes?

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Dr. Kurt Andreason
22 years experience in LASIK Surgery
Yellow eyes: If the whites of your eyes are yellowed, this could be jaundice, which is often related to liver problems, but may be related to certain types of anemia. If this is happening you should see your doctor and get further blood testing done.
Answered on Mar 9, 2016
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