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Can greyish green eyes change to blue?

Can greyish green eyes change to blue?

In short, not really: Eye color can change due to medication or disease. But the changes are usually from lighter pigment to darker. Some people as they age will report their eyes changing to blue when in fact the peripheral cornea acquires cholesterol deposits (arcus) that can give some people the impression their eyes are turning blue. ...Read more

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Does latisse (bimatoprost) cause blue eyes to turn brown?

Does latisse (bimatoprost) cause blue eyes to turn brown?

Yes it can: Latisse (bimatoprost) is in the postaglandin analogue drug class. These drugs were invented to treat glaucoma by lowering eye pressure. Side effects growth of eyelashes, red eyes, and redness of the eyelids. They can also cause reactivation of herpes virus in the eyes, leading to inflammation and loss of vision. Long term use can cause increased pigmentation of the iris, making blue eyes brown. ...Read more

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When is baby`s skin color eye color hair color all determined?

When is baby`s skin color eye color hair color all determined?

At conception: When the sperm and egg combine their genetic material, the eye and skin color are determined. ...Read more

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What does it mean to have yellow eye lids and dark purple color under your eyes?

What does it mean to have yellow eye lids and dark purple color under your eyes?

See below: Symptoms and concerns like these mandate a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after such an evaluation, which may include labs and radiographic examinations, can he/she let you know what's going on and how best to help you. ...Read more

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Blue grey eyes with yellow/golden ring around pupil, what is it?

Blue grey eyes with yellow/golden ring around pupil, what is it?

New?: You may have normal irises with peripupillary color that is different than the periphery. If you are otherwise healthy and without ocular injuries, surgery, eye medication or systemic disease that results in ocular complications (diabetes, connective tissue disease) your color of your eyes is most likely normal. ...Read more

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Why would my eye color change to red in photo?

Why would my eye color change to red in photo?

Light direction: Pupils normally look dark, as the direct light path would in fact be from behind your head, which blocks that. Cameras with a light source closely aligned to the lens, can cause the red eye which is in fact the natural color of the back of the eye. Lighter, larger pupils are more prone to this. To eliminate this if you take pictures is tell the subject to look at your shoulder. ...Read more

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Sclera (white of eye) is a bluish grey color, should I be concerned?

Sclera (white of eye) is a bluish grey color, should I be concerned?

Depends: Thinning of the sclera can result in the pigmented layer of the retina showing through. Mild thinning is of no concern. Extensive thinning can be a problem. This usually appears very dark in appearance. ...Read more

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What causes nipples to get darker...like a dark reddish purple color. Just the nipple not the areola?

What causes nipples to get darker...like a dark reddish purple color. Just the nipple not the areola?

Purple nipples: Nipples may darken or change colors in to hormone changes during premenstrual time frame, period, pregnancy & menopause. ...Read more

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What leads to blue sclera in infants?

What leads to blue sclera in infants?

Normal: A blue tint to the sclera in infants is normal and is caused by the seeing the underlying dark choroid tissue through the thin sclera of the child. ...Read more

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Does yellowish sclera related to dark coloured urine and light grey stool?

Does yellowish sclera related to dark coloured urine and light grey stool?

SERIOUS ISSUE: True "yellow" eyes (sclera) need to be assessed for systemic jaundice which signifies liver disease ; need for medical evaluation. Your associated sx's are serious. Please seek out medical evaluation now...More commonly, a yellowish spot in the horizontal area is an actinic degeneration known as a pinguecula...Also pterygium, any eye care physician could quickly determine this with exam. ...Read more

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What causes the whitish blue color on burned skin?

What causes the whitish blue color on burned skin?

Dead skin: If the skin is necrosed or dead, it may appear discolored as you mention. Also whatever burned the skin could have left a little bit of a tattoo on the skin. ...Read more

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Can eye color to change?

Can eye color to change?

Not much: There are a few eye drops that can darken the eyes, especially if they are hazel in color. There is no known way to lighten the eye color (except for contact lenses). Rarely, a cancer of the eye, severe inflammatiion or extreme pressure in the eye can cause a change in color. ...Read more

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Does yellowish sclera related to dark coloured urine?

Does yellowish sclera related to dark coloured urine?

Yes it can be: Bilirubin is a pigment that causes a yellowing of the skin (; whites of the eyes or sclerae) jaundice. Bilirubin darkens the urine. The two problems either relate to liver disease or hemolysis of red blood cells (bilirubin is found in them). Tests can be done to distinguish the source ; the history/exam would also be critical. See your doctor if not already doing so. ...Read more

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Are blue eyes or brown eyes more sensitive to sunlight?

Are blue eyes or brown eyes more sensitive to sunlight?

Either: Patients with both blue and brown eyes can be sensitive to light, although, in general, people with lighter eyes tend to be a bit more light sensitive. ...Read more

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Blue ring around dark brown eyes a vision problem?

Blue ring around dark brown eyes a vision problem?

Probably not: This is most likely a deposit of lipid term 'corneal arcus'. It is benign and will not affect the vision. If the eye is red, painful, or the vision is changing rapidly, - there are some pathologic changes that can occur in this part of the cornea which will appear like a blue ring. These are rare but will need an ophthalmologist to look at them. ...Read more

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