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Blurred vision after coming from sun exposure. What is the reason?

I came back into the office from parking the car and a very hot day outside. I sat down and had my reading glasses on to work on the computer. i realised my eyes had a blurry vision particularly i look far left and vision blurr and when i look right my right eye is fine, what are these symptoms relate to? Had no problem previously
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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Dear user
Your complaints are blurred vision in day light, without any pain, redness or watering of the eyes and this symptom of blurred vision is seen only in left eye.
These symptoms may be probably because of early cataractous changes. The cataract which starts in the central part of the lens called as posterior subcapsular cataract is known to cause blurred vision in day light. Cataract is usually seen after 40-50 years of age. You need to get examined by eye doctor for diagnosis and treatment.
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Answered: Thu, 11 Jul 2013
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