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Why are my eye colors different in each eye?
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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Heterochromia iridis
Can result from developmental/genetic disorders (rare) such as waardenburg syndrome, parry-romberg syndrome, or sturge-weber syndrome or from physical trauma to the eye.
An ophthalmologist may be able to shed more light on the origin in your case.

In brief: Heterochromia iridis
Can result from developmental/genetic disorders (rare) such as waardenburg syndrome, parry-romberg syndrome, or sturge-weber syndrome or from physical trauma to the eye.
An ophthalmologist may be able to shed more light on the origin in your case.
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
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Dr. Michael Mund
Ophthalmology
In brief: Is it recent?
Some people are born with 2 different color eyes and it is only a cosmetic issue.
If one eye(and i assume that you mean the iris color) is now darker or lighter it could be due to a melanoma, bleeding, iron particle in the eye, etc.This could represent a life threatening or eye threatening disease and you should go to an ophthalmologist now.

In brief: Is it recent?
Some people are born with 2 different color eyes and it is only a cosmetic issue.
If one eye(and i assume that you mean the iris color) is now darker or lighter it could be due to a melanoma, bleeding, iron particle in the eye, etc.This could represent a life threatening or eye threatening disease and you should go to an ophthalmologist now.
Dr. Michael Mund
Dr. Michael Mund
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