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All Babies Eyes Cry Bright Sunlight
No: No, certainly not all babies and children, but many do. Some people are simply more sensitive to bright lights than others. Many kids hate flash photos, for instance, while others don't seem to notice an issue. However, children who complain about pain with light or children who previously were fine and now complain about a new problem with bright lights should be evaluated. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Yes: Many babies find bright lights (or loud sounds) upsetting. If you baby is fine under ordinary light in the house, and the eyes look normal, there's probably nothing to worry about. I do recommend you mention this to your pediatrician at the next routine visit to be sure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very sensitive: Polarization tends to cut glare but total brightness may still pose a problem in high intensity situations such as watersports or skiing. Having a darker lens, sometimes mirrored with polarization should provide the most comfort. If the eye sensitivity started acutely with a red eye you should be checked out for iritis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Flickers at eye corners n strange lights - more so after moving from light to dark or physical exertion.Checked retina, lattice ok. Tests n diagnosis?
Photopsias: Lattice degeneration shouldn't account for your symptoms by itself. You are at risk for future retinal tears and detachment, though. You already told me that there is no evidence of retinal detachment. If after a thorough exam, your ophthalmologist has found no etiology, then idiopathic vitreous floaters should be diagnosed. The floaters may become less noticeable or resolve over time. ...Read more
Age and site: As we get older these colors can be hard to distinguish one from the other. ...Read more
Wear Sunglasses: It is normal variation,Get a more detailed answer ›
Son 6,very tired,sleeps n school after n night.Very dark circles around his eyes. Barely eats says worn out all the time 52lbs. Apx. 4ft+ thoughts?
Poor sleep hygiene: A careful evaluation of the quality and duration of sleep is necessary to evaluate the reason for your son's symptoms. An uncontrolled respiratory problem or non physiologic sleep may play a role. Overall health will need to be evaluated for a more concrete answer to your question. www.healthtap.com/dr-nnebe. ...Read more
Not really: Depends what you mean by wander. If the eyes cross in even occasionally (esophoria), they are definitely abnormal in a toddler and need immediate attention. An occasional crossing out of either eye when tired may be normal it is called exophoria. But if it is often it becomes intermittent exotropia and needs an eye md exam. ...Read more
Why did my sons eyes change color? At 9 or 10 yrs old after a high fever, my dark brown eyed sons' eyes changed color to hazel and sometimes pale green. Now 12, his eyes still are hazel. Summertime they seem greener. Have you read about fevers permanently
See your doctor: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
Yes: The iris is a barrier with an expandable hole in the middle through which light passes to the retina. Its function depends on blocking all light that doesn't enter the hole. All iris pigments leak a little light, called "straylight, " causing glare and mildly decreasing visual acuity. Blue pigment happens to leak the most light. Of more consequence is blue-eyed individual's skin photosensitivity. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
June had sinus infect. Red in right eye?had eyes dialited, eyes fine. when turn head to left,right eye solid light red corner of eye, than red lines.
Again, more info: needed to help you especially after you said your exam was normal by your eye doctor. Was this an ophthalmologist or optometrist? If you weren't satisfied, you need to get a second opinion from an ophthalmologist to identify what your redness in your conjunctiva is from, or if it's allergy related, contact lens related, or other? We need more info to help you further.Please resubmit with the info, ...Read more
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