10 Dec 2009
This is the recommended dosage from
" approximately 1 cm length of ointment directly to the infected eye(s) up to six times daily, depending on the severity of the infection."
You should check with your doctor again if your instructions are not clear.
- Erythromycin Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Erythromycin (detailed)
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