Causes of Photophobia
FEB 21, 2014
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?
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 Eye M.D.