... suspension) 1%. It is very thick and even though I shake it, it still looks like Elmer's glue and is not lasting as long as the doctor thinks it should. I give my husband 4 drops a day and just today the insurance had to be overridden since they did not want to authorize another bottle.
I was given a sample bottle Azopt by my dr without knowing or being told this is not a SQUEEZE bottle. I called the company and they told me you do NOT squeeze the sides together. you turn it over and tap or push on the bottom and you wait for a tiny drop to come to the end and then you have to be ready to drop it into your eye. I was told some of the sales people don't explain to the dr office how these samples work. and neither did the docs office. I am getting a new regular dosing bottle soon from the drug store so i will see how this will work - not sure if it will be like the sample which dispenses a really tiny drop!
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