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Cataract

Q: What exactly is a cataract?

A: A cataract is a cloudiness of the eye's natural lens, which lies between the front and back areas of the eye.
 
Q: Are cataracts found only in older people?

A: About half of the population has a cataract by age 65, and nearly everyone over 75 has at least one. But in rare cases, infants can have congenital cataracts. These are usually related to the mother having German measles, chickenpox, or another infectious disease during pregnancy, but sometimes they are inherited.

Q: When can I go back  to work?

A: 
It of course depends on the type of work but most are able to return to work the very next day.  No swimming for a week but you can shower the very next day and use makeup in 3 days.

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