Defining Symptoms of Cataracts
Increasingly Blurry Vision
Though your lens may not look cloudy, your vision will become increasingly blurry as the cataract spreads. You may also develop double vision in a single eye, though this symptom typically dissipates as the cataract grows larger.
Changes in Vision Quality
Cataracts can affect several aspects of your vision. Colors may appear dull or faded, and you may see glares and halos around lights. It is also common to develop light sensitivity, and you may notice that the quality of your night vision diminishes.
Frequent Changes to Your Prescription
Since cataracts are progressive, you may need to repeatedly strengthen your corrective eyewear prescription to accommodate vision loss.