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User Reviews for Dexamethasone / tobramycin

Also known as: TobraDex, Tobradex ST

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Conjunctivitis, Bacterial 6 reviews 94 medications
   
8.4
Postoperative Ocular Inflammation 2 reviews 29 medications
   
8.0
Summary of Dexamethasone/tobramycin reviews 8 reviews 8.2

Reviews for Dexamethasone/tobramycin

TobraDex (dexamethasone / tobramycin) for Conjunctivitis, Bacterial: "This medication has been doing a good job at clearing up my right ear after just a few days. Keep in mind that I also have a perforation in my ear drum as well, although it has been there even before I developed this infection. Anyhow, I was recently diagnosed with a right middle ear infection last week and was prescribed this along with Augmentin 875 MG. However, I have been taking a 500 MG Glutathione antioxidant supplement along with this medication considering the fact that this medication carries an ototoxic risk."

   
8.0

jmcd2017 (taken for less than 1 month) October 7, 2017

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For Postoperative Ocular Inflammation: "Used before surgery of eyelids, had minor itching but it really kept eyelids healthy and dryness controlled."

CTatteberry July 3, 2016

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TobraDex (dexamethasone / tobramycin) for Conjunctivitis, Bacterial: "I was prescribe tobradex drops for chronic dry eye syndrome and conjunctivitis . I developed a severe allergic reaction. My eyelids and under eye got swollen , red, itchy and developed small bumps. I had raccoon eyes. I stop drops & went my Dr. Was put on cortisone ."

   
1.0

Lulue July 21, 2015

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TobraDex (dexamethasone / tobramycin) for Conjunctivitis, Bacterial: "Really effective - had discharge come out of my red eye. Now the pain is gone some 20 hours later. "

   
10

Chris HS0ZFE (taken for less than 1 month) October 23, 2014

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TobraDex (dexamethasone / tobramycin) for Postoperative Ocular Inflammation: "I was prescribed Tobradex ointment to put on my eyelids after eye surgery. I had a lot of bruising and swelling and the medication seemed to help. No adverse side effects, but if you get it in your eye, it will blurr your vision slightly for a couple hours (I think due to the greasy consistency more than anything else). My co-pay for a 7 day supply cost $50."

   
8.0

Anonymous March 5, 2012

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TobraDex (dexamethasone / tobramycin) for Conjunctivitis, Bacterial: "I had an allergic reaction to sulfur in another eyedrop. My eye was blurry, not being able to see more than ten feet. This eyedrop helped me see."

patty cakes December 17, 2008

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TobraDex (dexamethasone / tobramycin) for Conjunctivitis, Bacterial: "Tobradex did the trick. First day: 65% improvement then 10% better each day forward. By the 4th day, the infection and swelling was gone. The drops lasted for 10 days. I did have slighly blurry vision for the entire period which could be the result of me digging out my eyeballs prior to filling the prescription. I would use it again no problem."

   
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Anonymous August 8, 2008

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TobraDex (dexamethasone / tobramycin) for Conjunctivitis, Bacterial: "My twin sister had the infection. She's been using it for about a day and she has seen an improvement already. The doc told her to use it three times a day for seven days."

   
7.0

Dueces June 17, 2008

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