i think i need glasses coz sometimes far away things are blurry like the board at school. this has been happening for about one yearish. Im too scared to wear them tho coz they would be embarrassing ...
When I was born and up to the age of about 30 my eyes were a very dark brown,but over the following years they have gone from dark brown to a sort of greenish grey colour,with very small patches of ...
I am thinking about getting contact lenses. I have terrible far-sight but my near sight is good and when I wear glasses they distort my near vision so bad that I have to take my glasses off when I am ...
Idk. But if you put a black dot on a white sheet of paper and stare at it for a while it looks like it is growing!
You're a Fl Gator Fan, that is all.. Just be happy you're seeing Orange and Blue, than Garnet and Gold :)
may be you are having some eye problem , like something linked with lubrication of your eyes , or may be you need spectacles , visit a doctor , he will sort things for u...
You should ask a eye doctor about this problem right away. I don't know what it is. It might be that you need glasses or it could be as bad as you possibly going blind so you need to check with an eye doctor as soon as possible so that if there is a major problem they can fix it before somthing bad happens. Hope this helps.
No, at least not to a level that it's noticed.
In spectacle wear, especially with high-index (thin) lenses, it's common and is caused by chromatic aberration. It becomes more apparent the further the line of sight is from the centre of the lens.
To see it in an uncorrected eye might indicate no more than a small undetected refractive error, or could just indicate a rarer condition such as a tilted or slightly displaced intraocular lens. (Though this is very rare and should not be assumed)
Is it of the same prominence in each eye, with the same orientation of colours?
The first step would be a routine eye examination to eliminate the simple, likely and obvious possibilities.