What is a cataract?
A cataract is a mass of proteins that develops in the eye as we age, and occurs in one or both eyes. Our eye’s lens is mainly composed of water and proteins and as we grow older these proteins can start to cluster together and cloud up the lens, causing vision to become blurry or dull.
Signs you may have a cataract
- Colours appear faded
- Cloudy or blurry vision
- Poor night vision
- Glare: headlights, lamps or sunlight may appear too bright
- Double vision or multiple images in one eye
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