Is there a cure for color blindness?

No. This is an inherited deficiency in the spectrum of the photoreceptors in your retina. Red color contacts have been proposed for relief but these merely shift the axis of non-recognition inducing a new type of color deficiency. There is no cure although a stem cell bit of research has worked to improve the color recognition in laboratory animals.

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Can color blindness be cured or improved by any means?

Not usually. Congenital colorblindness is static and cannot be improved and will not worsen. Patients with this defect learn to account for their difference in vision over time. Acquired color blindness due to retinal or optic nerve damage can occasionally be partially reversible if the causative factor is removed. Often this is not the case though. Read more...
No. This is a failure of the eye to develop a normal spectrum of color perception as an inherited disorder. You can also lose color perception by broad retinal disease and some brain disorders. No medicine or surgery can help. Aids such as red colored contact lenses simply shift the spectrum of color deficiency a lilttle so you can pass the standard tests. But then you are color blind another way. Read more...

What to do if I'm color blind. How to cure?

Limited options. If you were born with color-blindness, there is really nothing you can do. If you develop color-blindness as an adult, you need to seek a medical consultation. There could be a signal disruption anywhere from your eyes to your brain causing the color vision loss. It is probably easiest to see an eye MD first. Read more...
No cure. Most color blindness comes from a genetic alteration in your light receptive pigments in the retina. This cannot be altered by current knowledge and technology. If you are 45 years, you probably will have adapted by now and chosen an occupation in which color recognition is not critical. Read more...

Is it possible to cure color blindness in homeopathy or another medical science?

Not yet. There may be a way someday to get stem cells to change genetic "faults", but not yet. That would be more than homeopathy would be interested in, i expect, but medical science is very interested in finding ways to correct genetic problems. Read more...
No. Homeopathy can not help this. In the likely near future, gene therapy will be able to insert a functional copy of the defective/missing gene. Read more...

I have got macular dystrophy and I am total color blind. My eyes are highly sensative to bright light. What can be one to cure?

Sun glasses. Sounds as if you have had an extensive work up for this. Light sensitivity is a common aspect of macular dystrophies. Dark glasses are the only way to help this. There is some research going are with a certain wavelength of sunglasses to help those with light sensitivity cause from migraine head aches. It would be interesting to see if this helps your type of light sensitivity! Read more...
Not available yet. You have an inherited degeneration of the macular light receptive cells. Currently no cure is available. Much investigation is underway for these conditions. The best current hope seems to be in the use of stem cells but much work needs to be done. Keep in touch. Read more...