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I put E-R-O ear wax drops in my eye. I called poisin controll and rinsed my eye for 15 minytes in?

Posted 15 Aug 2011 by linda bumpass 1 answer

... shower. I am producing tears, but have swollen and some burning. I have omnipred (prednisolone) acetate ophtaomic 1 0/0. can I use this medication to help?

Postoperative Ocular Inflammation - I had cataractt surgery almost 2 months ago. I have been on?

Posted 3 Jul 2010 by Joyce64 2 answers

... omnipred since surgery. i was switch to lotemax without being told to gradually stopping omnipred. My uveitus came back so i was told to continue omnipred. I am concerned because I cant seem to get rid of the light glare. My doctor doesn't seem to know why this glare wont leave. I think I ...

I had cataract surgery 1 week ago and I'm taking Omnipred and Nevanac?

Posted 15 Jul 2010 by tuscanysunset 2 answers

Also I'm on Lexapro for depression. This week I started feeling very fatiqued and depressed could this be a side effect from the drugs? Thanks CNU

Omnipred - is intense burning normal?

Posted 26 Jun 2010 by FromThere2Here 2 answers

I had cataract surgery two days ago, with a followup with the eye doc today. I began using Omnipred the day after surgery, as prescribed. But every time I use it, I experience INTENSE burning (feels like pouring lemon juice on a paper cut). Is this normal? How long will it last? I have to use it ...

I am on Omnipred and Nevanac. I've developed laryngitis since starting these drugs. Is this usual?

Posted 17 Feb 2010 by Goldieloks 2 answers

Had successful cataract surgery. But, I developed symptoms of laryngitis immediately upon starting these drugs. I've checked all the literature and it is not mentioned anywhere. Anyone else have this problem???

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