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Your steroid use (injections and/or nasal spray) could have contributed to the cataract formation. If you've had any trauma to that eye, or if you have diabetes, these both could've contributed to cataract formation. But in the absence of either of these two, given that you are young for cataracts, my money would be on the steroid use, yes.
I think that is reasonable, yes.
I think at this point, you don't really gain much from discontinuing the use of Nasonex--you've already got the cataract. If you don't think it's helping you much or contributing to your quality of life, then it's reasonable to discontinue it, especially if you don't have a cataract in the other eye, though.
You're welcome. I'll do you one better--how about I send you a note in follow-up in about a week and that'll prompt you to tell me all about it?
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