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What is Cataracts?

If your doctor has told you have a cataract, don't be alarmed. Over half of those over 65 have some cataract development and most cases can be treated successfully with surgery.

Despite what you may have heard, a cataract is not a skin that grow over your eye. A Cataract is a clouding of part of your eye called the lens. Your vision becomes blurred or dim because light cannot pass through the clouded lens to the back of eye.

What are the causes of Cataract?

Cataract can form at any age, but most often develop as people get older. In younger people they can result from an injury, certain drugs, long - standing inflammation of illness such as diabetes.

What are the Symptom's?

You may notice that some things seem blurred round the edges, or that your glasses seem dirty or scratched.


The Types of Disease Found :

 Macular Degeneration
 Retinal Detachment


seeing double :- The cloudiness in the lens may occur in more that one place, so that the light rays which reach the retina are split, causing a double image. Poor vision in bright light You may find that bright light or very sunny days may it more difficult to see.

Change of colors vision :- As the cataract develops its center becomes more and more yellow, giving everything you see a yellowish age.

The most effective treatment for cataracts is a small operation to remove the cloudy lens. This cannot be performed by laser, although laser treatment is sometimes needed afterwards. Diets or drugs have not been shown to slow or stop the development of the cataract.

Usually, you can decide if, and at what stage to have the operation. Obviously you need to bear in mind that there may be a waiting list for this.

In the past, eye specialists often waited until the cataract became 'ripe' before suggesting you has it removed. Nowadays, with modern surgery the operation can be carried out at any stage of the cataract's development. If visual impairment interferes with your ability to read, to work, or do to do the things you enjoy then you will probably want to consider surgery.