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Does Eye Color Fade
No: Generally eye color, which is the color of the iris, after two years of age will be constant throughout life. It can fade from some uncommon diseases which can shred or attack the iris, but this is uncommon. Otherwise, what you have at age 19 is yours for life.
It depends on which: Lens: contact lens: you can become sensitive. And would need the assistance of a contact lens specialist. Native lens: only if there was trauma, then the body can become sensitive to the lens particles. You are too young for senescent cataracts, but artificial intraocular lenses are biologically inert and the body is not sensitive to them.
Perceived randomness: The movement of the eyes are broken down into several basic types. Saccadic eye movement which are rapid and the pursuits which are slower. The perceived randomness is the eyes picking up new information and fixating however short (miliseconds) and taking in that new information. The red stain on your doctors tie for example your eyes will be drawn to that cause it is different than its surrounding
Usually Blepharitis: Blepharitis or plugging up of oil producing glands of the eyelid which is stress related is extremely common these days. The stale oil is discharged at night and can form a crust on the eye lashes. Occasionally a lingering viral infection may keep a crust on the eyes. You should see an ophthalmologist for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Visualizing small: Opaque or translucent objects in your vision can be indicative of vitreous floaters. This is a consolidation of the vitreous gel, composed of water and protein, that has detached itself from the retinal inner lining and now is floating above the retina. One can see the shadow of the floater cast upon the retina, not the floater itself.See 1 more doctor answer
Conjunctiva pigment: The conjunctiva is the clear membrane that overlies the sclera and therefore looks white. But it can also be a place in which pigmented cells deposit during development which can cause the conjunctiva to looks yellowish or brownish. If the change is gradual, then it is something you have to live with. If there is an acute change in one part, then see your ophthalmologist for a diagnosis.
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