... CVS pharmacy was unable to stock a five ml dose, but was able to give me a marked 10 ml bottle (Same exact size as my five ml), they said it contained a 10 ml dose and that the five ml was only half full. It is marked a 10 by the manufacturer, TRUE or False??
I have been on Alphagan for several years. My normal use is a five ml bottle monthly. This month my?
Added 21 May 2010:
Has anyone other than myself ever taken Alphagan (5ML) and then had an increase to (10ML)? My CVS pharmacy charges me double, but the bottle is exactly the same size as a 5ML, the bottle is factory marked as a 10ML and my pharmacy says that it contains twice the amount, even though the bottle is the same size as a 5ML. Anyone ever checked??
charile,a 5mg/ml bottle is the percent of the solution.10mg is filled the same except the solution is twice as strong.wasn't the color of the label darker or a different color altogether? your pharmacist should have told you the proper amount to use on the prescription directions either on the box it cane or a computer print out?
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