How can I tell if I have a cataract?
You can't really tell if you have a cataract without a complete examination by an ophthalmologist or optometrist. The symptoms of a cataract are a gradual blurring of your vision, mainly for distance, and problems seeing at night due to glare or halos around lights. But blurred vision can have many causes, thus the need for the examination. Cataracts usually develop slowly so any rapid change in vision, for instance overnight, is probably due to a more serious problem and requires immediate attention.
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