Blurry vision occurs when it seems like a filter has been placed over your eyes. Objects may appear out of focus, be hazy or lack fine details. Many times, blurry vision is a symptom of common refractive vision errors such as astigmatism, nearsightedness or farsightedness, but may, in some cases, be a symptom of a much more serious medical condition. Cataracts and the ‘clouding of’ vision are sometimes confused as blurry vision.
While glasses and contacts can correct vision problems and address early cataract symptoms, corrective surgery is a more permanent option that reduces or corrects visions and removes the need for other visual aids.
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