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Skin turns yellow in sunlight. Tests came clear. What could be the problem?

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when i go outsode in sunlight..after few minutes i feel everything too bright and my hands skin appears yellow..when i blink and reopen my colour becomes normal and then gradually becomes yellow in 3 seconds again...
i have extreme motion sensitivity as well..what could this be
i hv got eyes tested..everything seems fine in general tests..
i use antiglare to help on computer work..i cant work on computer without antiglare
Thu, 4 Apr 2013 in Vision and Eye Disorders
Answered by Dr. N. K. Misra 14 hours later
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Thank you for sending your query to us.

As you are a young patient and have got a basic eye exam done, there is nothing much to worry about. There are varied reasons for the complaint of glare and most of them have been ruled out owing to your age and the ophthalmological examination done.

Kindly use a lubricating eye drop 3-4 times a day. Do wear sunglasses when moving out in the sunlight. While working on the computer or laptop get a zero power XXXXXXX coated spectacles made for your self.

If you have any associated complaint that you might have missed out or any further query please do get back to us.

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