Ok. Thanks for that extra information.
I do not think that the fall has anything to do with her complaints.
Also, there is nothing that I know of that would all of a sudden rob an otherwise healthy little girl of her ability to see in color while leaving all of her other visual functions, with the exception of slight blurriness
when looking at small print, intact. In addition, since she had a completely normal eye exam by an pediatric ophthalmologist
and has no other physical signs or symptoms I would tend to agree with the other doctors that there is nothing wrong and it is just a childhood thing.
I can, however, understand how you might doubt this diagnosis. In this case I think the next step would be for you to take her to a large University Teaching Hospital where she can be put through a huge battery of tests and multiple examinations by various experts and super-subspecialists.
What do I suggest? Well, if she was my daughter I would just watch her for now instead of putting her the the billion dollar workup, with all the stresses such a workup might cause a young child.
Does this make sense to you?
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