Why Are My Eyes so Sensitive to Light?

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Light sensitivity in your eyes can be caused by a sinus infection or even a speck of dirt. Some certain antibiotics such as antihistamines and other medications can as well make your eyes momentarily more sensitive to light.
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The retina at the back of the eye is light-sensitive.
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People with less melanin in their eye, usually blue eye'd people, can have sensitivities dealing with different wavelenths of light, although people with other colored eyes can have
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Hi there! I would definitely go into the doctor and have your eye checked out. I am an Optometrist Assistant, so I know that the eye can be very serious at times. There are many things
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People with light colored eyes and large pupils tend to be more light sensitive. In these situations, more light enters the eye, scatters onto the back of the eye, and can cause discomfort
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