I have generalized dystonia from a birth injury. 3 years ago I had uveitis then cataract surgery. Is dystonia related to this?

More complex. You describe a possible genetic disorder or even an acquired problem superimposed on your birth injury. Uveitis and cataracts at the age of 26 is quite unusual and indicates a need to get your problems clearly and fully diagnosed. Get an appointment at a nearby medical school and find out why all of this has occurred.

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I had posterior uveitis then cataract surgery last year. Recently I was diagnosed with Grave's Disease. Is all of this somehow related?

It can be but low. Uveitis can be associated with Thyroid disease but it is ususlly a very low percent around 2%. It is been found mainly in poorly controlled hyper thyroidism. You could be check to see if you have any other autoimmune phenomena that might explain your case. Your physician should be able to help you with this. Read more...

I am 26 year old. I undergone steroid induced cataract surgery & uveitis on both eyes but under control. Now blurred vision what may be problem now?

Capsular haze? Your eye(s) may be developing posterior capsular opacification which can result in lessening visual acuity as well as increasing glare symptoms. A straight forward treatment using a laser effectively corrects this problem (yag laser posterior capsulotomy). Now, because of history of uveitis, you should have your eyes evaluated anyway to rule out other causes of blurred vision; eg. Macular edema. Read more...
Depends. It depends on how long after the surgery as well. It could be simply dry eyes or related to edema in the cornea or retina. Your ophthalmologist can best assess what might be causing the blurry vision. Read more...