Symptoms of Cataracts

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Cataract symptoms are characterized by blurred vision and decreased visual acuity. Often people may experience halos around lights and difficulty with glared vision at night.

Cataract symptoms may also include the presence of a white or opaque area on the lens of the eye. Cataract symptoms are generally not characterized by pain.

Cataracts are more likely to occur as people get older.


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Symptoms of Cataracts often do not lead directly to the underlying diagnosis and many symptoms can be misleading. Please review all concerns and information found on this website with your health care provider.