Cataracts began to cloud Debbie’s vision and her confidence
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After being diagnosed with cataracts, you might notice changes to your vision that will help you and your doctor know how mature or advanced your cataracts have become. Once your symptoms begin to cause vision loss that affects your daily life, talk to your doctor about planning for surgery.
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You might be surprised to learn that you can have cataracts and not even realize it, or think your symptoms are caused by other vision issues.
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Usually, eye doctors will recommend you have surgery when your vision begins to affect your daily life. For example, when you can’t drive as well at night as you used to, or can no longer enjoy watching a film.
Talk with your eye doctor about when would be the best time for you to start considering surgery and what lens would provide you with the best vision after the procedure.