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Heterochromia may occur congenitally without any pathological connotation.
HAS ANYONE ANY SUGGESTIONS ON THE FOLLOWING?My daughter was born with both eyes a nice bright blue (both Mum and Dad have blue eyes). When she was age 2.5, I noticed they had changed colour, the right eye was now hazel and the left eye remained bright blue! I noticed they had changed while looking at some photographs. As they changed so gradually I just hadn't noticed, when you see someone you know well, I guess you don't really "look" at them properly as you presume you know what they look like. Can anyone tell me what has caused this, will the eyes stay different colours?Will they change back? And lastly does anyone know of any health implications?It seems bizarre. She has had no head injury or trauma or any medical reason for the change...Thanks, ellie[attachment=8919]
I'll take her for an eye test in the next week or so.
Hi KarenThanks for your kind comments!I've emailed you a whole piccy of her so you can see what she REALLY looks like!You can't notice her different colour eyes in most photos, that's how I missed it for so long as it just looks like one's in more shadow than the other. I've really enjoyed this forum, people are so friendly and helpful!ellie xx
Yes Neil. You too have been wonderful help he heAlthough it's a shame none of my posts have yet inspired you to create one of your wonderful diagrams...Chris mentioned on air about your fabulous egg ventilation diagram! LOLYour posts Neil are a joy to read and I can see Karen's a regular poster too. I've only started posting recently. Did you see my FARMED salmon question in Environment? Scared myself silly as I've now read online that you should only eat farmed Scottish salmon 3 times a year and I'm eating it once a week including 4 cans of Mercury high Tuna! And I wondered why my memory was going (Mercury poisoning)! I've been looking on the web about the eye problem, but I'm not as good as RD for finding the most appropriate information. Thank goodness there are people like yourselves out there all helping others!Did I mention my memory was going?