Let’s get one thing straight… There is no test that you can carry out at home that will definitively diagnose if you have cataracts or not.
Developing cataracts is part of the aging process that, unfortunately, will come to us all if we’re lucky enough to live to a ripe old age.
Following cataract surgery, everyone undergoes a period of recovery and physical brain-eye connection readjustments while the healing process takes place.
Corneal edema is the overarching term used for swelling of the part of the eye called the cornea.
One of the most common questions asked about cataract surgery is about how soon you can drive after the op.
The short answer to this question is yes. If you have a direct family member (parent, sibling) who suffers or suffered from glaucoma, then this raises your risk.