Can you use Naphcon A eye drops if you have had catatract surgery and have lenses?
- 10 Jan 2010 by coleen ep
- naphcon, surgery
25 Jan 2010
You should not use the eye drops whilst wearing your lenses as you risk damaging them.
Wait for at least 20 minutes after using the drops before instilling lenses.
You can use the drops even though you have had cataract surgery.
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