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Does retinitis pigmentosa lead to light sensitivity?

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Dr. Aaron Haug
Neurology 15 years experience
Yes.: Light sensitivity, particularly for bright or glaring light, is common with rp. Other symptoms can include night blindness, decreased peripheral vision, decreased central vision, slow adjustment from dark to light (and vice versa), and blurred vision.
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