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Can cataracts be reversed?

I was diagnosed cataracts. Can cataracts be corrected? Why or why not?
12/07/2012
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  • Brandon cook

    Do not worry, cataracts can be corrected through cataract surgery. But if the symptom of vision loss is not serious, you just need to have a pair of prescription glasses to help function more comfortably. If enough loss of vision due to cataract interferes with your daily activities and brings you much trouble, for example, you have difficulty in cooking, shopping, reading, driving, etc, you should consider cataract surgery.
    12/10/2012
  • Kelly gary

    Well, yes, cataract can be corrected, if you try some useful ways. To correct it, for example, you can try to use some lutein which can be good for correcting the cataracts. According to a study, supplementing with lutein improves visual function in cataract sufferers and may slow the progression of the cataracts. Also, you can go and see the eye doctor, and he will give some advices.
    12/10/2012
  • Richard Schneider

    Yes, the cataracts can be corrected through the surgery which could be safe and effective. You'd better find the big hospital with famous reputation. Then you should take good care of the eyes after the surgery. You should have the good rest for the eyes. You could have the good diet which could be helpful for your eyes.
    12/17/2012
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