The symptoms of Cochleosaccular degeneration-cataract syndrome include hearing loss, balance problems, vision problems, and cataracts. Hearing loss is usually the first symptom and can range from mild to severe. Balance problems can cause dizziness, vertigo, and difficulty walking. Vision problems can include blurred vision, double vision, and difficulty seeing in low light. Cataracts can cause cloudy vision, glare, and difficulty seeing at night.