• If a person's eyesight is all right but he or she is not able to open their eyes in normal day light, what sort of disease is this?


    Question:

    If a person's eyesight is all right but he or she is not able to open their eyes in normal day light, what sort of disease is this?


    Answer:

    Sensitivity to light, or photophobia, is a very common symptom of a myriad of ocular, neurologic, and systemic diseases. Common causes of photophobia include cataract, migraine, concussion, intraocular inflammation, and corneal abrasion. Based on your question, it is impossible to determine whether a specific disease is at work here, and I would recommend an evaluation by an ophthalmologist.


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