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What are the symptoms of cataracts?


People who have cataracts may experience certain indicative symptoms such as: blurred or clouded vision of objects; poor night vision; sensitivity to light; double vision; change of prescription of contact lenses / glasses; a visible clouding of the pupil.

NOTE: The best way to determine if someone has cataracts and to rule out other eye conditions is through a comprehensive eye examination. If you experience any change in vision, you should see a qualified optician or medical practitioner.

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