That is with correction in place, or your ‘naked eyes’?
Edit: What I’m getting at is, if you have refractive lens exchange–in essence, cataract surgery before you develop cataracts–you will lose the ability to accommodate, that is, to spontaneously focus on objects at near. Mind you, you’re going to lose it no matter what, and at 45, you’re going to lose it sooner rather than later (if you haven’t lost it already). You will also lose your built-in ability to focus at near. That is, as a -5.25D myope, your eyes are naturally in focus at a distance of ~7 inches (18 cm) without glasses. That will go away, as you will trade being in focus at 7 inches for being in focus at distance.
So what about your near vision? You will have multiple options in that regard, but none are ideal, and all involve trade-offs. We can talk about that if you want (and if @raoh1990 doesn’t mind the semi-relevant derail).