Cataracts - Symptoms

The most common symptom of cataracts is a gradual, painless change in one's vision. Objects become more blurry, filmy, or fuzzy to a person with cataracts. Some other common symptoms of cataracts include the following:

  • Frequent changes in eyeglass prescription
  • Changes in color vision
  • Increased difficulty in seeing at night
  • Poor vision in sunlight
  • Presence of a milky white film in the pupil of the eye

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