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Cataract

A cataract is the clouding of the lens of the eye. Without treatment, the lens may become opaque over time, and the person may go blind. Cataracts are more likely to happen as people age, and they are not infectious.

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1. Which doctor should I visit when I develop cataract?

You should consult an Opthalmologist.

2. What are the common problems encountered after surgery?

Problems after surgery rarely occur. These can include infection, bleeding, inflammation or light flashes. With prompt medical attention, these problems can be treated.

3. How soon can vision return to normalcy?

Improvement in vision usually begins within 1 or 2 days of surgery. As the eye takes time to heal from surgery, for complete improvement in vision can take up to 4 weeks after surgery.

4. What are the common problems encountered after surgery?

Problems after surgery rarely occur. These can include infection, bleeding, inflammation or light flashes. With prompt medical attention, these problems can be treated.

5. How soon can vision return to normalcy?

Improvement in vision usually begins within 1 or 2 days of surgery. As the eye takes time to heal from surgery, for complete improvement in vision can take upto 4 weeks after surgery.




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