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What are symptoms of cataracts of the eye?
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Dr. William Goldstein
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Cloudy vision
Progression is usually slow, over months or even years.
Increasing cloudiness, decreased sharpness of vision and glare are typical.

In brief: Cloudy vision
Progression is usually slow, over months or even years.
Increasing cloudiness, decreased sharpness of vision and glare are typical.
Dr. William Goldstein
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Dr. Michael Ham
Ophthalmology
In brief: Cataract symptoms
Symptoms of cataracts may vary.
In general there is a decrease in vision. This may be noticed while reading, while driving and seeing street signs, playing golf "seeing the golf ball", reading print on t.V. (baseball score). Other symptoms may be "glare", "star-bursting", halo's around lights at night, or even with sunlight during the day. If this affects your ability, then consider surgery.

In brief: Cataract symptoms
Symptoms of cataracts may vary.
In general there is a decrease in vision. This may be noticed while reading, while driving and seeing street signs, playing golf "seeing the golf ball", reading print on t.V. (baseball score). Other symptoms may be "glare", "star-bursting", halo's around lights at night, or even with sunlight during the day. If this affects your ability, then consider surgery.
Dr. Michael Ham
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