User Reviews for Lotemax to treat Postoperative Ocular Inflammation
Lotemax has an average rating of 7.4 out of 10 from a total of 5 ratings for the treatment of Postoperative Ocular Inflammation. 60% of reviewers reported a positive experience, while 20% reported a negative experience.
"I am at a advanced stage of Keracotonus and can no longer see out of one eye. My eye hurts considerablely every morning but the Lotemax drops help with pain. The only side effect I had was a mild rash on chin."
"My doctor originally prescribed Lotemax. I almost fell off the chair when I was told the price. I asked my doctor if he could prescribe Loteprednol Etabonate instread. He did and I was much happier with a $10 copay."
"I was prescribed Lotemax following PRK surgery. I had no problems or side effects. My ophthalmologist said it was also useful for allergic reactions of the eye (painful swelling & burning). So I have continued to use it for that purpose. My only side effect is blurred vision for about 5 to 10 mins after I use it. Otherwise, this is a wonderful solution to inflammation and burning of the eye."
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"Used Lotemax and my optic nerve was damaged and now blind in the eye."
"They are easy to put in. Don't forget to shake the bottle before instilling the drop. I noticed my eye lashes lengthening with continued use."
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