My dog is responding so well to the AR drops from the vet... far better than I am responding to the ones from my opt. dr... just wondering what the ingredient is that makes it work for the dog, and would it be safe for me as well?
It is never a good idea to use any medications meant for animals by humans. Some may be the same but many are not manufactured to the same standards that human medications are. If your drops are not working, you should let your ophthalmologist or optometrist know. Opti AR for animals contains Naphazoline HCI .025%, Pheniramine Maleate .3%, Sodium Hyaluronate. You may want to ask your eye doctor to prescribe something similar. Opcon A is probably the closest thing.
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