Will I be light sensitive after cataract surgery?
Being light sensitive after cataract surgery is quite normal.
One of the major symptoms during the development of a cataract is the need for more light for normal day to day activities like reading etc. The amount of light that enters the eye gradually reduces as a result of the opacity in the lens. Our brain and eyes adapt to this change and due to this fact, many people will be light sensitive after cataract surgery. During cataract surgery the opaque lens is removed, and a clear transparent lens is implanted, thus the eye is suddenly exposed to more light while the brain has not yet adapted to the new situation. This gives a feeling of increased light sensitivity. Light sensitive after cataract surgery is temporary and will usually disappear within a few weeks.
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