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Can you recommend some drops go me to use to treat glaucoma?
18 doctors weighed in

Dr. Keith Stockerl-Goldstein
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
13 doctors agree
In brief: Ophthalmologist
Your glaucoma should be evaluated by an ophthalmologist who can then prescribe the correct drops for your problem. There are no over-the-counter glaucoma drops.

In brief: Ophthalmologist
Your glaucoma should be evaluated by an ophthalmologist who can then prescribe the correct drops for your problem. There are no over-the-counter glaucoma drops.
Dr. Keith Stockerl-Goldstein
Dr. Keith Stockerl-Goldstein
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Dr. Damien Luviano
There are three treatments. Drops. Laser. and Surgery. All are effective. Your physician can determine the best option for you.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: See eye doc
There are a number of eyedrops effective for the treatment of glaucoma.
These are prescription items and require a doctors signature. If you have glaucoma, you should be followed by your ophthalmologist who can recommended a proper therapeutic course. Alternative and over the counter medications are not helpful for glaucoma.

In brief: See eye doc
There are a number of eyedrops effective for the treatment of glaucoma.
These are prescription items and require a doctors signature. If you have glaucoma, you should be followed by your ophthalmologist who can recommended a proper therapeutic course. Alternative and over the counter medications are not helpful for glaucoma.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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Dr. Robert Chang
Ophthalmology
In brief: See eye doc
For recommendation.
Four typical prescription eyedrop classes commonly used today: prostaglandins, beta blockers, carbonic anhydrase inhibitors, and Alpha agonists. Some other older classes with more side effects and higher dosing frequency. No over the counter recommendations.

In brief: See eye doc
For recommendation.
Four typical prescription eyedrop classes commonly used today: prostaglandins, beta blockers, carbonic anhydrase inhibitors, and Alpha agonists. Some other older classes with more side effects and higher dosing frequency. No over the counter recommendations.
Dr. Robert Chang
Dr. Robert Chang
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Dr. Benjamin Chun
Ophthalmology
In brief: Your ophthalmologist
This needs to be recommended by your eye md.
There are several medications available, but they are all prescription anyways. Lumigan, travatan, xalatan, timoptic, (timolol) cosopt, combigan, alphagan p, and the newest medication, zioptan. They all have good and bad so ask your eye md.

In brief: Your ophthalmologist
This needs to be recommended by your eye md.
There are several medications available, but they are all prescription anyways. Lumigan, travatan, xalatan, timoptic, (timolol) cosopt, combigan, alphagan p, and the newest medication, zioptan. They all have good and bad so ask your eye md.
Dr. Benjamin Chun
Dr. Benjamin Chun
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