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How should I prepare to talk to a doctor about presbyopia?

If you are aging and experiencing difficulty seeing things nearby, you will probably want to go see a doctor about the presbyopia. Before your appointment, you should try to write down as much relevant information as possible. This includes the symptoms you have, relevant life information, and your medical history, especially if you already have vision problems.

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