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Could fml (fluorometholone) corticosteroid eye drops "take out the red" veins in your eyes?

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Yes: Corticosteroid eyedrops can reduce some types of inflammation but should only be used under direction of an eye doctor.

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Last updated Dec 22, 2013

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