As an child, I have been rubbing my eye so hard in order to remove the itchy feeling due to the bacteria involved while being exposed to too much UV for more than 5 years very closely and as I get older, the problem rises right in the color cone ever since there's an infection behind the back of the eye that caused the eye to visually have red crack all the way to the circular area of the eye. Due to the results, I am able to see color spots at the dark when my eye is adapted to the setting and the color cones hurts very badly. My night vision adapt from complete light to complete darkness in 15 seconds. Another color vision problem is whenever I wake up, I will often see an blue, pinkish, purple shade on where the sunlight is exposing while on the other side will look like normal. After an while it is completely gone till I try to get nearsighted or farsighted, but I'll be manipulating the way I see color if I try that and it gets normal when I don't try to manipulate it. My eye doctor said if I do not wear glasses, I will be very sensitive to an color to the point where if there's an light, I will likely to see monochromatic in an certain color from any color while having difficulty seeing very few color in that setting. I cannot blur my vision at all and some few more other things normal people can do, like I said when I blur my vision, my color vision will change.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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