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Posted 4 Oct 2014 by judyinthesky • 1 answer
I am currently using Azopt for glaucoma, and I received an offer from my pharmacy for Simbrinza. I would like to know how they compare, in effectiveness and also the side3 effects? Thank you.
Posted 25 Aug 2013 by Malley • 1 answer
On Azopt 2 months; have diverticulitis 3 weeks, blood in urine no infection, taken 3 antibiotics, can Azopt cause this?
Posted 9 Jul 2013 by Kumi • 1 answer
Posted 22 Jul 2013 by Sugarloafer • 1 answer
My eyes have bags and sunken look.Drug seems to have lost effectiveness.
Posted 8 Aug 2012 by walphil • 1 answer
If side affects to azopt are bothersome enough to consider cessation, what would an expected time required after stopping the drops for relief from the side affect given that the half life of CAI's in red blood cell is stated to be 111 days?
Posted 1 Mar 2012 by missiemj • 1 answer
Dr. prescribed lrg. bottle to save money. I am concerned that it last for 3 mo it may loss strenght.I read it was only good for 4wks.but dr says no.
Posted 17 Jun 2011 by jldrisk • 1 answer
... 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.
Posted 4 May 2011 by veenie • 1 answer
I am 96 years old and also take Enbrel.
Posted 15 May 2011 by C Rod • 2 answers
I have been on Azopt for about 8 months and lately I have been having terrible heartburn and a burning sensation in my upper body after I take it. Anyone else experienced these side effects... wondering because I also take Xalatan and can't figure which one is causing problems
Posted 8 Sep 2009 by bellanina • 1 answer
can azoptbrinzolamide ophtalmic suspention be used instead of dorzolamidehci timolol maleate ophthalmicsolution?
Posted 10 Aug 2010 by eyes4me • 1 answer
39 weeks of pregnancy starting Azopt..I am 33 yo and am 39 wks pregnant and having to start Azopt because timolol isn't working and the pressure in my eyes is 44 (l) and 23 (r). I've had lots of floaters some flashes in the left eye but after an optic nerve and retina exam all looks to be ...
Posted 29 Jan 2010 by loiner5 • 1 answer
Posted 11 Sep 2009 by Simons • 1 answer
At age 77 with multiple health issues, as managed by different specialists, drug interactions become a delicate balance, e.g. beta blocker eye drops affects heart rate and Tikosyn apparently is effected by regulation of potassium blood levels! HELP?
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