Cloudy vision and other symptoms cause people to undergo cataract surgery. It is especially important to understand what to expect post cataract surgery since some people experience blurriness after cataract surgery.
Is blurriness after cataract surgery normal?
Cataract is an age-related condition, often affecting people over the age of 55. Cataracts may affect one eye or both. A cataract is a cloudiness of the lens of the eye which is a result of clumping of proteins in the lens. Symptoms include decreased vision, faded colors, halos around light, trouble with night vision etc. Early symptoms are treatable with prescription eyeglasses. When symptoms interfere with daily activities, cataract surgery is performed. Surgery is the only way to permanently treat cataracts.
Blurriness after cataract surgery is normal immediately after the surgery. Significant improvement is expected within 48 hours. Most patients are back to regular activities the day after cataract surgery. (except for driving). Though for some patient’s recovery takes longer and more time is needed to regain comfortable vision. Blurriness after cataract surgery will influence the decision when one can return to work or go back to normal daily activities, this is individual and differs between patients. Caution at this stage is important since doing any kind of work or activity may be difficult with blurriness after cataract surgery.
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