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Do you take Digoxin by any chance?
Seeing a yellow tinge is a side effect of that medication...
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How long have you noticed this symptom??
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I don't. This been going on since January.
Ok do you take any medications?
Ok then I am not sure of your cause.. I would check a metabolic profile to screen for potential connection ...? I'm going to opt out of this question which will place it up for other experts to review ...
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As this is not a very common symptom it may take a bit of time ...
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How long has this been going on?
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Is this present all the time?
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Since January. I'm 38, I see 20/20.yes, more noticeable when viewing stuff that's on a white background like reading, etc. Even the eye chart
You condition, especially if it can not be linked to a medication you are on, an issue with your retina or any other physical problems with your eyes is going to be pretty difficult to figure out.
It might be due to higher order aberrations in your cornea or maybe even neurological issues in your visual cortex/neural pathways.
The best place to get these sorts of things figured out would be at a large University Teaching Hospital.
At an institution like that you could be evaluated and treated by a team of sub-specialists who are at the cutting edge of their respective fields. The best thing about these large teaching hospitals is that consultations are available with Professors and leaders in their field by just walking a few steps down the hall.The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota is an excellent example of just such a place as this. That being said there are many excellent teaching hospitals all across the country and I am sure that there is one near you.
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so these special area hospitals have better equipment to detect issues that my regular retina specialist cant?
Yes, they sure do. Over the last two+ decades of practice as a retina specialist I have sent a number of patient to my local University Ophthalmology Department for advanced, specialized testing with equipment and expertise that I don't have at hand.
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