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Why does latanoprost eye drops do?
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Dr. Matthew Goren
Ophthalmology
In brief: Decreases pressure
Latanaprost (marketed as xalatan) is a drop used for glaucoma patients to lower intraocular pressure.
As a side effect, it also grows eye lashes and makes them darker (marketed as latisse).

In brief: Decreases pressure
Latanaprost (marketed as xalatan) is a drop used for glaucoma patients to lower intraocular pressure.
As a side effect, it also grows eye lashes and makes them darker (marketed as latisse).
Dr. Matthew Goren
Dr. Matthew Goren
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Dr. Bennett Werner
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
In brief: Glaucoma
It lowers the pressure inside the eye.

In brief: Glaucoma
It lowers the pressure inside the eye.
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Dr. Bennett Werner
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Dr. Tim Conrad
It also makes the eyelashes grow longer and thicker.
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