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I have blue sclera in my right eye only.. it has been blue since i was born. i have no other symptoms. is there any treatment for it?

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Dr. Kenneth Gordon
Ophthalmology 47 years experience
NO: The sclerae appears blue when it is thin. What makes it appear that way is the deep layer within the eye, called the choroid. This layer is between the retina and sclera, is dark and vascular, but makes the thin sclera appear blue.

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A male asked:

I have blue sclera in one and the right eye Is there any treatment for it?

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Dr. Ira Friedlander
Cardiac Electrophysiology 42 years experience
There are several: potential causes of blue sclera including normal for you. Treatment options depend on the nature of the cause. See an ophthalmologist for evaluation and recommendations.

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Last updated Aug 14, 2017

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