Symptoms of adult and children eye cancer can be very varied, so I'll give you a few of each.
• blurred vision in one eye • floaters (small "floating" spots in vision field) • change in iris color or dark spot on iris • red and/or painful eye • bulging eye • loss of peripheral vision
In the early stages of most eye cancers that affect adults, there usually are no symptoms a person would notice on his own. Early signs are often discovered by a optometrist during a routine eye exam.
Symptoms of Eye Cancer in Children The most common eye cancer in children is retinoblastoma, a disease that affects 300 children in the U.S. each year. It is usually diagnosed in children 2 and under, but can strike in other ages -- just less commonly. Symptoms of retinoblastoma include:
• a white pupil (leukocoria) • misaligned eyes, or "cross eyes" (strabismus) • eye pain due to development of glaucoma (this is less common) • different colored pupil in each eye
Of course, I'm no doctor, and my thought's shouldn't be taken as a professional opinion. If you have any worries go see an ophthalmologist. I hope this helps! :)