Symptoms of cataracts
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Cataracts typically start developing around the age of 40, though they don’t cause any visual symptoms until later in life. While some may have visually significant cataracts (they affect your vision) early in life, others may develop them much later. The first symptoms patients often notice is a general blurriness of vision that can not be corrected with glasses or contacts. Also, patients may notice significant glare with oncoming headlights. While these symptoms may be associated with other eye conditions, if you feel you may be developing cataracts, you should get evaluated by your ophthalmologist.