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Old 03-15-2016, 12:17 PM   #1
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Confused Pink Vision in one eye

Hi Everyone,

I am a new member and joined to try to get information on behalf of my 8yo daughter. She has not as yet been diagnosed with any neurological condition but she has been displaying some very odd symptoms

In early December she awoke with pronounced double vision. We were worried, but this resolved itself within 3 days. However, last Thursday she woke with pink vision in her right eye. This appears after eyes are static for a few seconds and disappears with eye movement but then comes back. It does not disappear when she closes her eyes

She has been to the eye clinic and they say her eyes are perfectly healthy, therefore I'm wondering if this could be a neurological issue. Any help specifically on the pink issue would be much appreciated.
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