White glassed eye shows up in Polaroid picture

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Yesterday I had a polaroid picture taken of me. In it though my left eye is glassed over...it is not red, but more white/off white.

I am a bit worried about it, does anybody have any information?

I have attached two pictures, one normal and one zoomed in.




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    And, what does it look like when you look in the mirror?  To me, it just looks as though it is caused by the camera flash
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    If you are worried perhaps you should pop in to your nearest optician and ask them to have a look.  At least they might set your mind at rest.
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    I agreee you need to see a doctor if this is really bothering you.
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    Close your right eye and look through your left eye only. Then do the same with the other eye. Any difference in sight?  If there is,even in the smallest detail, then you must go to an optician or your own doctor. If you can honestly say 'no' ,then it is probably reflection of the flash off your cornea. Dont know where you are in the world Phill but its always wise to get professional help if you are concerned about your eyes in any way.....they are so precious.   To set your mind at rest,get checked out with an optician.
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