"Somewhere between 40 and 50 we all start to lose the ability to adjust to see up close," says Cecelia Koetting, MD, instructor in the CU Department of Ophthalmology. "This is a normal physiological change. It will continue to change until you're around 65 and it is time for cataract surgery. The two are actually related, and a completely normal process that we all go through."
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