White reflections in photos in one eye


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Feb15-12, 07:55 AM
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Is this something to be worried about? I know it can be a sign of cancer in children but its very uncommon even above the age of 1. I have always had bad vision in the white-reflecting eye (I think this might be amblyopia?). After searching around the internet I found a few other people with the same thing but no good explanation.
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Feb15-12, 08:21 AM
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Consult a doc, we don't give a medical advice.


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