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Azelastine Hydrochloride Eye Drops
Not ototoxic: And safe to useGet a more detailed answer ›
Can I take moxeza (moxifloxacin hydrochloride ophthalmic solution) eye drops if im allergic to pennicillion?
Yes: There is no cross-hypersensitivity reaction between these two classes of antibiotics. Always remember, however, that if you have a propensity to develop allergies to one drug you may also do this with others. Be careful. ...Read more
Ask your vet: Possibly, but it definitely makes a difference what you are trying to treat. ...Read more
Patanol (olopatadine) eye drops (0.1% Olopatadine Hydrochloride) are they safe specially for hearing. Are they ototoxic? Are they generally safe to use?
Safe & Effective: Patanol (olopatadine) eye drops are very safe and effective for allergic conjunctivitis and have minimal side effects. Common side effects include burning, dry eyes, headache, and redness. I have not seen any ear complications from this medication. Not listed on common adverse reactions. ...Read more
I have severe allergies was perscribed astelin nose spray & eye drops zyrtec (cetirizine) ventolin inhaler duo neb its not that effective add anything?
Allergy asthma meds: It sounds like you have severe allergies and some asthma. OTC sprays Nasacort and Flonase help nasal symptoms but take a few days to kick in. Singulair (montelukast) is a prescription pill that can help with nasal or chest symptoms. Steroid inhalers are important for asthma (e.g. Qvar, Flovent). If allergies are severe, see an allergist and get skin tests. Allergy shots are better than meds for long term. ...Read more
Can Azelastine drops cause eyes to dilate? I have had problems with this before with different drops and just want to make sure before I try these...
Possible sideeffects: Azelastine may cause many side effects including eye burning or stinging, bitter taste, headaches, bitter taste, blurred vision, eye pain, excessive tiredness, sore throat and difficulty breathing. Other side effects are also possible. If you have any persistent and serious side effects you should call a doctor or go to a clinic immediately when using these drops. ...Read more
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Can you use adult ciprofloxacin hydrochloride ophthalmic solution 3.5mg 0.3% as base safely on an 18 month old? If so, how many drops in eye per day?
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Not available: They do not have it in the us as an eye drop. ...Read more
Tear replacement: Most eye reddnening is from eye dryness which can be treated with over the counter lubricating or tear replacement drops. The drops that say 'gets the red out' are drying so avoid these unless you need an acute whitening for something like a picture. If you think your redness is chronic, see your ophthalmologist for evaluation. ...Read more
Yes: For daily use, preserved artificial tears, of which there are many, work well. Eyemds like the refresh brand given its long track record (no financial interest). Use no more than 4x/d as they have a preservative that can cause an allergy. Nonpreserved at are best as no preservative present, can be used as often as needed, though cost more. ...Read more
Normal: Your eye has built in reflexes to blink when something. Is coming at it. Try rolling your eyes to the back of your head, pulling the lower lid down, placing the drop on your lower lid. Let me know if this works. Never had this fail. ...Read more
Per label directions: If it was a prescription, read the directions on the box, call the pharmacy or your doctors office. Over the counter instructions can be found on the box or the bottle itself, or call a pharmacist. ...Read more
Per directions: If they are prescription drops, use them according to the directions. If they are over the counter, don't use them more often than the packaging recommends. For artificial tears, you can use them as often as you like, but if they begin to burn or cause the eye to be red, you should cut back of stop them. Preservative free drops may be needed. ...Read more
UV burn: Welder's flash is a uv burn of the corneal skin like a sunburn on your regular skin. It is quite painful although topical anesthetics can take away much of that. However these inhibit healing and are not advised except for diagnostic purposes. Thorough and frequent lubrication is usually used along with systemic analgesics and sometimes bandage contact lenses. These heal quickly fortunately. ...Read more
Many things: Eye drops are either medicated or not. All preserved drops contain a chemical that keeps it from becoming contaminated. The remainder of the chemicals are determined by the specific intent of the manufacturers to treat the particular condition. You should never attempt to create your own eye drops. ...Read more
Not a good idea: Eye drops are manufactured under sterile conditions to avoid infection of the eye. They are expensive I know but you should not be making your own. ...Read more
Prescription only: There are several topical medications for eye pain but they must be prescribed by a doctor. Try Motrin and Tylenol (acetaminophen) if you don't plan on being seen. Although very, very, painful, this type of injury usually resolves on its own. That being said, if symptoms persist or you have vision problems, see your doctor or go to the ER. ...Read more
Refresh Eye Drops: Most eyemds recommend refresh eye drops by name. Any non preserved artificial tear can be used as needed. A preserved artificial tear should not be used more than 4 times per day as the preservative in the tear can irritate the cornea. ...Read more