User Reviews for Fluorometholone ophthalmic to treat Eye Redness
Also known as: Flarex, FML Forte Liquifilm, FML Liquifilm, FML S.O.P.
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Reviews for Fluorometholone
FML Forte Liquifilm (fluorometholone): "The taste from inserting the eye drops was awful for around 5 hours when I first started to use the medicine. However, when I started to follow the directions such as: shake of the bottle, the make of a pouch with my eye and insertion of drop into the pouch and ensuing application of pressure to the pouch of eye for a short period of time, the taste was seemingly absent, or only present briefly for several minutes."
Sherbondy June 21, 2011
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