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Posted by: Adele | 2009/09/11

Eyes

On a photo one of my eyes will always be way more red than the other one...and my eyes will always be red even though my friends'  eyes aren' t. Why?

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Adele

If you are concerned about a retinal disease (this is what is showing up as the red area in the eye when flash fotography is done), you should consult an opthalmologist to have your retina of your eyes examined. If there is no pathology, use the red eye reduction facility on your camera.

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Dr Anrich Burger

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