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    Luckily nope, but my another grandfather (Finnish Swede) is (red-green color blindness).

    I have wondered how that trait will be passed on through generations? As I don't have and neither do my parents, are there any real risks that my kids still could someway have it?

    I have read that men are more often color blindness than women. Most common color blindnesses have something to do with X chromosome. Women have two of those, and if one of two is ''fine'' ... they are not color blindness. Men? If they have that in their X chromosome... they are.


    If you see number 74 on the photo below ... you should be fine. If you see 21 or something else you might be color blind and if you see no numbers at all, you might be total color blindness.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    I have wondered how that trait will be passed on through generations? As I don't have and neither do my parents, are there any real risks that my kids still could someway have it?
    If your husband will be colour blind, it may be possible... But who knows, it's still like at the lottery... You can never know what genes will manifest dominantly in your children, that's not something predictable, it's just probabilities...


    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    I have read that men are more often color blindness than women. Most common color blindnesses have something to do with X chromosome. Women have two of those, and if one of two is ''fine'' ... they are not color blindness. Men? If they have that in their X chromosome... they are.
    Didn't know these... but I never looked into it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    If you see number 74 on the photo below ... you should be fine. If you see 21 or something else you might be color blind and if you see no numbers at all, you might be total color blindness.

    At first glance it seemed like 71, but when looking more attentive it's 74...

    At tests like these I usually see them all right... even if sometimes I have to look more attentive... I guess my vision is pretty normal when it comes to colours...

    I took the following test https://enchroma.com/pages/test and my result was

    YOUR RESULT IS NORMAL COLOR VISION
    People with normal color vision can see up to one million distinct shades of color.
    Another test which I did right https://colormax.org/color-blind-test/

    And one more https://www.colour-blindness.com/col...r-test-plates/ which I also did right...

    So... my vision is normal...

    I guess I have a very good vision when it comes to colours... Many years ago I realized I was able to distinguish between two shades of green which were very close to each other, while my father couldn't do that, for him it was the same shade of green... And he has normal vision too...

    Well, I take it as a blessing... Sometimes I like to paint or play with colours... and enjoy different shades... also while being in Nature... I can't imagine how my life would be without this joy... I really enjoy seeing different shades, either when it comes to art or being out in Nature and admiring either a sunrise, a sunset or a forest with different shades of green...
    Die Farben duften frisch und grn... Lieblich haucht der Wind um mich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post

    If you see number 74 on the photo below ... you should be fine. If you see 21 or something else you might be color blind and if you see no numbers at all, you might be total color blindness.

    I don't see any numbers here, I just see different shades of green.
    Army tests showed I had perfect normal vision, but weak color vision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hersir View Post
    I don't see any numbers here, I just see different shades of green.
    Army tests showed I had perfect normal vision, but weak color vision.

    If you want look on this matter more .... here is one test.
    https://www.playbuzz.com/jennifers/c...lor-blind-test

    As you have fixed your answer ... you will see next photo automatically. Totally there are 10 pictures.

    I found picture 6/10 pretty hard/difficult (options: A hat, A bird, A horse) ... I chose the best one (skipping 2 even less likely options away) ... which was luckily ok . All the rest 9 pictures were very very easy for me.

    10/10 correct .

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