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Change Brown Eyes To Blue
Can I change brown eyes to blue eyes? I want to change my eye color with food? Is it possible? How long? I'm asian girl.
Changing eye color: The only way to change eye color is via wearing colored contact lenses. There are no foods that change eye color. ...Read more
Long time dream: This is not possible with current pharmacology or technology. You can wear color changing contact lenses although I would not call that "Natural". ...Read more
No such thing: Eyes do not change color. Some hazel or green eyes will appear to be different when certain colors are worn, but they do not actually change color. ...Read more
I want to change my brownish/green eyes to a light green/blue. Can I do that without getting contacts or surgery?
No.: Unlikely. Contacts are your best option.Get a more detailed answer ›
Why do my eyes constantly change color? They are usually grey, but have changed to brown, hazel, blue, and green. Is this normal?
Appearance: Some fortunate people have multicolored eyes. In the microscope, there are several colors on the iris: blue, brown, green and so forth. When you wear clothes that match one of the colors, the eyes appear to change. ...Read more
Hello, im wondering why one of my eyes change from pale blue to green or brown or a mix of them all and the other stays blue, what is the cause?
Color change: Not sure about the eyes so please see an eye specialist as soon as possible. ...Read more
I have brown eyes and I have gray blue green rings outside out the eye twice change pure hazel and once blue then I notice golden dark brown greenish?
Lovely. Pigmentation changes. It isn't usually a sign of disease BUT if it were it would be a mineral pigment disease such as
WILSON's DISEASE (copper, ring is copper colored)
or hemosiderosis (iron, ring is iron colored. But skin is steel colored... grey, more noticeable than eye). ...Read more
How common is it for my eyes to change colour so drastically? I have brown eyes and my dad has one blue eyes one green eye (that appears yellow sometimes) why the rapid change?
Not common: Eyes generally do not change colour after the age of 6 months. Certain conditions, such as arcus senilis, can cause eyes to appear to become more blue or grey, and others, such as certain inflammations and glaucomas can cause a brown iris to turn blue. If there is a rapid change in your eye colour, see an eye doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
Colored contact lens: Colored contact lenses are the only way to change the appearance of your eye color. ...Read more
Is it normal for my eye colour to change from brown to blue literally overnight? Never had eye problems and my vision is fine, 32yo male
No: It's not normal for eye color to change "over night". Eye injury (Iris trauma), retained intraocular foreign body (metallic), Fuch's heterochromic iridocyclitis (inflammatory condition of eye with one light colored Iris), medication (Prostaglandin analogues for glaucoma cause darkening of Iris), viral (simplex, zoster) are some of the causes, but should be supported by history & examination. ...Read more
See an Eye MD.: A true eye color change could be due to eye cancer. See an ophthalmologist to evaluate this. ...Read more
No: Eye color is established at a very young age and only slightly changes as the iris pigmentation slightly atrophies. Certain eye medication for Glaucoma can affect eye color. The most common method is using colored contact lenses to temporarily change the iris appearance. If you're motivated to try contacts, make an appointment to see a eye doctor who can fit them to your eyes. ...Read more
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
Ring around eye: This is probably an Arcus. It appears to surround the colored part of the eye. It's actually in the cornea. It is usually gray color, but may appear bluish. It is perfectly benign. In a younger person it is a good idea to have a cholesterol test, since it is fatty degeneration. Sometimes it is familial. It does not effect vision or cause any ocular problems. ...Read more
Genetics: Your parents each passed a recessive set of genes to you and you don't produce much melanin-- hence your eyes are blue. ...Read more
No: The bluish ring is usually a intra corneal cholesterol deposit known as arcus senilis. It may indicate an increased cholesterol and your doctor should check that. The other ring that is rarely seen is a kaiser-flescher ring seen if patients with a problem with copper metabolism (wilson's disease). ...Read more
? corneal arcus: If you are referring to the "blue ring" around the peripheral cornea, this is called corneal arcus--represents cholesterol deposition from the limbal blood vessels that normally appears in people over 40. More often visible in brown colored irises due to darker background. If you are younger than 40 and are noticing arcus, an examination by an Eye MD to verify & check lipid profile important. ...Read more
Cholesterol: You may have high cholesterol and /or triglyceride levels that result in this blue halo appearance of your cornea, but only a blood test for these could tell you for sure. This deposition however is normal usually particularly if you are female or males over 40 years old. In darker races with brown eyes, it appears more whitish- blue and is easier to see. ...Read more
Arcus: This is due to cholesterol deposits in your cornea. You need to get your cholesterol checked. ...Read more
No: There is nothing wrong with you. Some people have eyes that change color like that. I do myself. Welcome to the club. ...Read more
What do you suggest if I have brown eyes, and my first husband had blue with blue green and brown eyes?
Love each other: Keep your relationship going through little acts of kindness and consideration. Remember that relationships are more important than being right. Communicate. Don't criticize much. Don't miss a chance to say something nice. And you both need to stop reading internet garbage about eye color. It's totally unscientific. ...Read more
My eyes are blue and green but everyone says they look brown. How can I get them to look more blue and green?
You can't: Eye color cannot be changed-- without colored contact lenses. ...Read more
I wanted to know whether, if I were to marry someone with blue or green eyes with myself being brown-eyed, I could have children with non-brown eyes?
Maybe, maybe not: This depends on you. Brown eyes are dominant and occur if only 1 or both of a gene pair is present. If you only have 1, you could have dominant brown or green or blue if you had a matching recessive gene. If both your eye genes are brown, you can only have brown for your natural kids. ...Read more
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
Arcus: It sounds like corneal arcus. You should have your cholesterol checked. ...Read more
Yes: Corneal arcus (arcus juvenilis in young people, arcus senilis in older than 50) occurs as cholesterol & lecithin is deposited into the peripheral cornea as limbal blood vessels deliver nutrition to the cornea. In young people it may be a sign of high serum cholesterol and it's advisable to have this checked out. A congenital disorder (Fisheye disease) is a cause that is due to an enzyme deficiency ...Read more
Depends on parents:
Eye color is based on genetics- which means that you get your eye color from your parents and grandparents- and there are colors that are more common to occur than others
I found a very interesting site that calculates what the odds are for you and your baby based on parent eye color- hope it is helpful
http://genetics. Thetech. Org/online-exhibits/what-color-eyes-will-your-children-have ...Read more
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