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Question about my heterochromia iridium - will it change with age?

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Dr. Alfred H. Rivera
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In brief: Generally little.

Generally heterochromia iridium should change very little with age.
The only change that could occur is any change that occurs in any tissue as a result of aging. In the case of the iris, the tissue may lose some of its melanin pigment as it ages. This may result in a slight noticeable change in the intensity of the difference in color of the two eyes.

In brief: Generally little.

Generally heterochromia iridium should change very little with age.
The only change that could occur is any change that occurs in any tissue as a result of aging. In the case of the iris, the tissue may lose some of its melanin pigment as it ages. This may result in a slight noticeable change in the intensity of the difference in color of the two eyes.
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