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Does optive lubricant eye drops safe to use as an eye drops while wearing contact lens again after had been healed from a corneal ulcer.

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Dr. Alan Jackson
Addiction Medicine
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In brief: Use Refresh Contacts

While wearing your contacts you should use a drop that is approved to be used with contacts.
There are many artificial tears or wetting drops that are approved for use with contacts available.

In brief: Use Refresh Contacts

While wearing your contacts you should use a drop that is approved to be used with contacts.
There are many artificial tears or wetting drops that are approved for use with contacts available.
Dr. Alan Jackson
Dr. Alan Jackson
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Dr. Bruce Saran
Ophthalmology

In brief: Talk to your doctor

Generally patients who develop corneal ulcers are advised not to wear contact lens again unless closely supervised by their doctor. Corneal ulcers form because of trauma from the contact lens, lack of oxygen to the cornea and not lack of lubrication.

In brief: Talk to your doctor

Generally patients who develop corneal ulcers are advised not to wear contact lens again unless closely supervised by their doctor. Corneal ulcers form because of trauma from the contact lens, lack of oxygen to the cornea and not lack of lubrication.
Dr. Bruce Saran
Dr. Bruce Saran
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