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i am on last week & 1/2 of using prolensa and durazol after cataract surgery. have had sore mouth and damaged taste buds. is there something to take or will all this stop after meds end. family doctor said to increase gerd meds and dissolve my lorazepam o

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Dr. Anne Phelan-adams
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Very little, if any,: ...of your eye drops can make their way to your mouth and tongue. If this problem started after cataract surgery, it may be a coincidence. Good oral hygiene (thoroughly brushing your teeth twice daily & rinsing mouth out with warm water after eating may help this damage to heal. Meanwhile, take the advice of you family doctor. Best wishes. Dr. Anne.
Answered on Feb 5, 2016

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