What is a Cataract?
A cataract occurs when the normally clear lens in your eye becomes cloudy, eventually impairing your vision.
The most common complaint due to cataracts is blurred vision in one or both eyes. The vision may worsen slowly over months or years. Some people experience difficulty reading, especially small print. Some have trouble driving in bright sunlight or at night, especially if it’s raining. Cataracts need no treatment if you can see well enough to do all of your daily activities without difficulty.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
Blurry or dim vision
Poor night vision
Halos around lights
Sensitivity to light and glare
Need for brighter light for reading and other activities
Frequent changes in eyeglass prescription