Complete recovery from cataract surgery often occurs within eight weeks of the procedure, according to Mayo Clinic. Vision is typically blurry at first as the eye starts to heal, but it begins to improve the day after su... More »

The recovery time after cataract surgery is about a month, according to WebMD. While many patients note vision improvements the day after surgery, they must take eyedrops to help with inflammation and stave off infection... More »

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After cataract surgery, most patients are able to resume normal activities within three to four days. Full recovery takes about eight weeks, depending on the age and health of the individual, according to WebMD. More »

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To hasten recovery after cataract surgery, avoid bending over in the hours after surgery, avoid swimming pools and hot tubs during the first week after surgery, and refrain from strenuous activity for several weeks after... More »

Generally, individuals completely recover from cataract surgery in no more than eight weeks, according to Mayo Clinic. It is normal to experience itching and mild pain after the procedure, but these symptoms should dissi... More »

Complete recovery from cataract surgery takes approximately one month barring any complications, according to All About Vision. A large number of patients experience clear vision several hours after surgery, while others... More »

An individual normally becomes a candidate for cataract surgery when cataracts become problematic during daily life, states Mayo Clinic. The individual makes the decision regarding surgery in consultation with his eye do... More »

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