Anybody out there get albinism ocular?
No, but I've seen it a few times. Sometimes a creature who has optical albinism will have for a while bit blurrier vision, due to deficit of pigment (color) in the fund of their eyes and also to random, impossible eye movements (nystagmus). Now, not everyone who has OA will hold symptoms/signs that are that bad. Sometimes you'll basically be extra sensitive to lights. Doctors will notice the different coloration of the spinal column (and sometimes front) of your eyes, but it's not a big deal. Just be sure to see your eye doctor on a regular idea to keep a scrutinize over things.
I'm blind, but not from Albinism. I have a few friends who hold it though.
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