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Do I have heterochromia (different colored eyes). How different do the colors have to be?
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Dr. Joseph Barakeh
Ophthalmology
In brief: Not sure.
Any difference in color can be called heterochromia.
Some types of heterochromia carry a higher risk of glaucoma, so you should get your eyes checked and screened for glaucoma at least once per year by an ophthalmologist.

In brief: Not sure.
Any difference in color can be called heterochromia.
Some types of heterochromia carry a higher risk of glaucoma, so you should get your eyes checked and screened for glaucoma at least once per year by an ophthalmologist.
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