Glaucoma - whats the difference between cosopt and dorzolamide hci-timolol maleate oppthalmic?
- 9 Feb 2012 by Andrea Lomax
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I had used Alphagan - Brimonidine ophthalmic drops, an alpha adrenergic agonists with Cosopt, which has Timolol ophthalmic a Beta-blocker / ...
2 answers • 5 Mar 2012
Have been taking Dorzolamide Timolol Ophth Sol for Glaucoma for about a year. I take this medication twice a day. White (salt like)grains develop in ...
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I have developmental or congenital glaucoma. Doctors can't decide and after 50 years of treatment I have changed drops to Cosopt and Alphagan. I ...
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