No. In fact Xalatan tends to dry the mucous membranes of the face and head (localized because of route of administration). Runny nose and sneezing most surely is of other cause (unless you are administering far too much into the eye and this is following the duct down into the nasal passage), but the eyes watering excessively could be/likely is a result of the condition the medication is intended to treat.
- Xalatan Information for Consumers
- Xalatan Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Xalatan (detailed)
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