Levocabastine ophthalmic Side Effects
Applies to levocabastine ophthalmic: ophthalmic suspension
In general, levocabastine is very well tolerated with minimal adverse effects. Most studies have indicated that the percent of adverse reactions with levocabastine occur with similar frequency on placebo. Local mild, transient stinging and burning appear to be the most common adverse effect occurring in approximately 25% of patients. Adverse effects do not appear to be dose-related.[Ref]
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- Drug class: ophthalmic antihistamines and decongestants
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