Red-Green Color Blindness Indicators

Picture Of A Red Green Color Vision TestRed-green color blindness or deuteranopia is an inability to distinguish red and green pigments. It is most likely a congenital condition that many people don't know they have unless it's pointed out. There are red-green color blindness indicators, including confusing red and green pigments. A difficulty spotting reds and greens or their variations (oranges and browns) is another indicator.

Having an eye exam can also reveal if you are living with color blindness. Corrective contact lenses or glasses may help neutralize the condition, so it's essential to have a color vision test to see if your vision can be improved.

San Diego Center for the Blind can help you or a loved one with vision loss or blindness. Please contact us to learn more.

"Deuteranopia: How to Tell If You Have Red-Green Color Blindness"

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