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Why Do I See Two Different Colours In Each Eye
Heterochromia: The appearance of the iris (color) of the eye to have two different colors often shows up early in life. Heterochromia ("different color") is usually normal. If this appearance develops in adulthood, it should be evaluated by an eye doctor. If one eye appears "bluer" than the other, the issue may be on the cornea (clear window of the eye). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Only way to : Determine what is going on with this is to see or examine your eyes. See an ophthalmologist for this. ...Read more
I see an outline around everthin-i have seen two different eye dr with no answers and i have no other symptoms-this has been going on for several mont?
It depends: If the difference is small, the brain can usually fuse the two images, especially with the help of glasses. When it becomes very large (anisometropia), it becomes more difficult to fuse and can result in amblyopia. Contact lenses tend to be better tolerated in people with large differences than glasses. ...Read more
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Yes: You can, but there is no need to do this. Use the highest quality name brand and stay away from unknown brands. Happy seeing! ...Read more
Does a brown eyed person see differently, (different shades of colors ect.), than a person with blue eyes?
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My friend accidentally scratched my eye and now only at night time I see a shadow when looking through that eye. This happened two nights ago. ?
Very low chance: While there are no statistics, the chance of a person's two eyes being different colors (heterochromia) is extremely low. More commonly, some people are born with a segment of one iris being a different color from the rest. Also, certain diseases can either increase the brown color (nevus, melanoma) while others can lighten the eye (certain inflammations and glaucomas). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Eye color: This may be congenital resulting from either horners syndrome or it could be a specific eye problem causing loss of pigment or atrophy of the iris of one eye. If it is aquired then it can be due to iris damage either from inflammation, trauma or surgery. The condition is called heterochromia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not usually: If both eyes are healthy, and the neural connections are intact, both eyes should react similarly to light. A standard test in the ophthalmology clinic involves exposing each eye to a bright light to examine the pupil response. If one pupil does not react properly, that could indicate a problem. If you are noticing differences between your eyes, you should see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Very rare: In humans it is considered a rare occurrence. It is estimated at 0.006% odds. Or roughly 6 in 1000 people. That makes it roughly around 250, 000 people in usa. ...Read more
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