1 doctor weighed in:

If your eyes are different colors from the other, are you ok inside the eyeballs?

1 doctor weighed in
Dr. Matheson Harris
Ophthalmology

In brief: Normally

Heterochromia iridis, or differently colored irises is a common occurrence.
It happens in many normal individuals. Rarely, it can be associated with a number of genetic and a few acquired diseases, all of which can be diagnosed with the help of an ophthalmologist and other general physicians.

In brief: Normally

Heterochromia iridis, or differently colored irises is a common occurrence.
It happens in many normal individuals. Rarely, it can be associated with a number of genetic and a few acquired diseases, all of which can be diagnosed with the help of an ophthalmologist and other general physicians.
Dr. Matheson Harris
Dr. Matheson Harris
Thank
Read more answers from doctors