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User Reviews for Durezol

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Uveitis 2 reviews 80 medications
   
10
Postoperative Ocular Inflammation 3 reviews 29 medications
   
7.4
Summary of Durezol reviews 5 reviews 8.7

Reviews for Durezol

For Postoperative Ocular Inflammation "I'm in the process of using Durezol, first for 3 days, twice daily, pre-cataract surgery, now for 2 weeks, twice daily for post-op, and again prescribed 1 dose daily for 2 more weeks. Does this sound excessive considering I have also been prescribed Ilevro, same dosage schedule?? I am somewhat concerned with overdosing and causing serious eye damage. Thanks."

Rosie June (taken for less than 1 month) April 27, 2015

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For Uveitis "I have recurring iritis (uveitis) and have used Durezol numerous times when my condition flares up. I keep a bottle at home on the advice of my opthalmologist so that I can start treatment on a weekend if I can't get through to a doctor. The drops are very soothing and have what seems to be a nearly immediate impact. The discomfort starts to subside, along with the redness. I rely on it, along with Atropine Sulfate, which keeps the pupil dilated. In fact, if I put the Durezol drops in first, the Atropine doesn't sting as much. Durezol has worked very well for me."

   
10

Debah March 24, 2014

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For Postoperative Ocular Inflammation "I used Durezol for 2 weeks due to a thyroid problem. Eyes started to retract -very swollen. Durezol worked well for the inflammation however my eye sight was extremely impaired from blurriness. Unfortunately I was no longer able to continue with eye drops."

   
6.0

ca.a (taken for less than 1 month) September 30, 2013

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For Postoperative Ocular Inflammation "Durezol was prescribed by my doctor following cataract surgery in both eyes. I had no problems following surgery, so I assume that Durezol was effective and it had no side effects that I am aware of at this time."

   
10

Anonymous (taken for less than 1 month) September 28, 2013

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For Uveitis "Best opthalmic steroid I've used for my condition."

   
10

Love these drops! May 21, 2013

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