What Type of Cataract do You Have

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26 Sep 2022
A Checklist in a Nutshell! What Type of Cataract do You Have?
      When it comes to our #eyes, we must accept that the older we become, the less effective they get. Cataract symptoms will undoubtedly appear if we do not care for our eyes early on. Let's check if this type of eye and eyesight condition is the start of a cataract. If you are aware, act quickly to check and treat your eyes so they can live a long time.
  • Cataract A cataract is a degenerative condition that worsens with age and becomes more noticeable. The eyes gradually blur, the vision becomes blurry, and the most prominent symptom is that it is not visible when exposed to bright light or sunlight. However, while we are in the dark, we can see normally.
  • Glaucoma Glaucoma is a disease characterized by high intraocular pressure, which causes eye symptoms such as squeezing, conjunctivitis, swelling, inflammation, pain, and nausea. Additionally, vomiting, impaired vision, and iridescent light radiating around a light source may occur. If left untreated for an extended period, your eyes will develop a blind spot, which, if enlarged to fill the visual field, may result in blindness.
  • Pinguecula or Pterygium  Pinguecula and Pterygium are caused by long-term exposure to smoke, dust, and keratinization of the eye. Furthermore, no symptoms are possible, or you may have red, swollen, itchy eyes, burning eyes, watery eyes, and blurred vision only if the pterygium has spread to the cornea. As a result, pterygium and pterygium are cataract disorders that should be checked for risks regularly to receive early treatment.
  • Macular Degeneration Macular degeneration symptoms include impaired vision at night or eyes adapting to the dark, not seeing the focal image, seeing a black dot or gray circle in the middle of the image, or images that are deformed, fuzzy, or blurry. You should consult an ophthalmologist immediately if you experience any of these symptoms.

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