Symptoms of Cataracts

Having cataract s is often compared to looking through a foggy windshield of a car or through the dirty lens of a camera. Cataract s may cause a variety of complaints and visual changes, including blurred vision, difficulty with glare (often with bright sun or car headlights while driving at night), dulled color vision, increased nearsightedness which might be accompanied by frequent changes in your glasses prescription, and occasionally double vision in one eye. A change in glasses may help initially once vision begins to deteriorate from cataract s; however, as they continue to progress and become more opaque, vision becomes cloudier and stronger glasses or contact lenses will no longer improve vision.