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About 11 years ago the optometrist found I had Grade 1 subcapsular catracts. Fast foward this year an optometrist found the catracts are now Grade 3. There was also a scare where a tonometer reading was high with suspected glaucoma. Another few reading done few weeks later showed it normal.
My question is on catract. The reason why I went for a check up was because I suddenly realised I didnt need reading glasses anymore. I now have this anomaly where one eye is long sighted and the other short sighted both at 175 degrees.
My vision is however not blurry and crystal clear even without glasses.
So does it mean that if the catracts are grade 3 one needs surgery?
Why is my vision totally clear if it Grade 3 ? ( not that I'm complaining )
Secondly, should I get an appointment to see an eye doctor anyway.
Appreciate any advice and info.
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