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If there eyes were normal they may change suddenly or else get an eye exam at your eye doctor.

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How can a person inherit color blindness?

Absolutely, color blindness is a genetic trait.


How is color blindness different from night blindness?

Color blindness is when you don't know what color something is and night blindness is when you can't see well at night from the dark.


Who was the first person to be color blind?

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Who is the youngest person that has color blindness?

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How will you get color blindness?

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Does color blindness go away once you are older?

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How long can a person live with color blindness?

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Why is color blindness classed as non infectious?

Although it is a disease it is not contagious. If you were in close contact with a person who had color blindness you would not catch the disease.


Who discovered color blindness?

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What is the connection between color blindness and leprosy?

Red/green color blindness may slightly increase an affected person's chances of contracting leprosy.


How does a person inherit color blindness?

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What are the symptoms of color blindness?

Color blindness comes in varying degrees. With complete color blindness a person sees only black and white, no colors. There is also partial color blindness, which prevents a person from fully perceiving all colors, although there is some color perception. There are few practical consequences to a lack of color vision - it can be harder to tell when fruit is ripe. But then, you can still feel the fruit to see how hard it is.


How long does color blindness last?

A person is color blind their entire life. They are born with the condition.


Which colors a color blind cannot see?

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What are the different types of Blindness ?

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Can a person be colored blind?

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What age do you die from color blindness?

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What are medical problems that arise from color blindness?

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What is the inheritance pattern of color blindness?

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Are all women carriers of color blindness?

No, color blindness is not linked to gender.


What body system does color blindness affect?

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Who is typically affected by monochromatic color blindness?

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