User Reviews for Paremyd
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For Pupillary Dilation: “I had my first appt with an eye doctor last year, and got my eyes dilated. I've never had this experience before. Eye problems are new to me, or at least to my understanding of my own Body. I am 31 years old. So, I did not know what to expect with dilation. It was extremely painful, my eyes stung for . I had a long drive the next day to go see my regular doctor, it's about two hours away, and my eyes were stinging the entire time. Unfortunately, I didn't know that I was having an unusual reaction, and by the time I got to my doctor's office and ask for eye drops, my eyes were in so much pain and unfortunately the nurse could not understand what I meant by my eyes are stinging and really a ton of pain and wouldn't get me eye drops for at least 20 minutes. That has nothing to do with this product, however, I wouldn't have been in this predicament if not for this product. I've never needed eye drops before, so I didn't have any, I wasn't prepared for severe eye burning for 3 days+”
For Pupillary Dilation: “Non-professional concern that Idaho Hick's reaction is close enough to symptoms of acute angle glaucoma, potentially caused by the drops, to warrant further investigation, but my experience is increased blurred vision that continues 18 hours the ophthalmologist appointment, and a physiologically depressed heaviness. Reported to doctors but they are unconcerned.”
For Pupillary Dilation: “Within an hour my eyes were getting very red and then stinging. I felt very irritated and not normal and suffered a loss of balance and depressed feelings. Had to hold onto things to keep from falling and strangers noticed and asked if I was all right. A little better the next day but eyes still very red and burning. Was told by my doctor to rinse my eyes and it would help but hasn't made much difference yet. Cool not ice packs seem to help the most. Not sure if I can take it at my next eye exam.”
For Pupillary Dilation: “It was used to dilate my pupils. Did not seem to have same effects as in past. That is when I was told these were new, lower dose drops. Driving home it kicked in and my eyes felt as in the past. All headlights, street lights, etc. looked like starburst, eyes felt tight. Next day same thing. Eyes were still out of focus. Three days later the same and eyes burned (same as when drops administered) when something made me cry. Not sure if related, but face getting flushed, lost balance several times. Six days from appointment, eyes still look glassy, feel strange and are still out of focus. Doc has no idea why. Kind of freakin' out, but hope they are normal soon.”
For Pupillary Dilation: “It was used to dilate my pupils. About an hour after the exam I became irritable, had a severe headache and felt depressed.”
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