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Careprost eye drops 0.03 (bimatoprost)

Posted Mar 26, 2016 by Admin

When Careprost is prescribed? Bimatoprost ophthalmic solution is licensed to treat: Increased eye pressure (ocular hypertension) Open angle glaucoma Careprost eye drops can also be used to increase eyelashes growth. How Careprost eye drops are applied? You should continue to use your Careprost eye drops daily for as long as recommended by your doctor, which may be for several months or years, as they will help maintain normal eye pressure only while using Careprost eye drops but will not cure glaucoma.

You may reinsert your contact lenses 5 minutes after application of the Careprost. To avoid contamination by bacteria known to cause infections, ensure that the tip of the bottle or brush does not come into contact with your fingers or any other matter.

How should Careprost be used for growing eyelashes? You should use your Careprost eye drops 300mcg/ml (also known as Latisse and Lumigan) once nightly, by applying to the base of the upper eye lashes of each eye.

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Before Using Bimatoprost Opthalmic Solution Before using Bimatoprost, take care of all precautions and points mentioned above. Discuss them with your doctor for more details or if you have any doubt.

Which are Careprost side effects? Most common Careprost side effects include, irritation, redness, burning, itching in the eyes. Less common Careprost side effects include: vision problems, darkening of the eye lids, inflammation of the eyelids, punctuate epithelial keratopathy, eye strain or fatigue, iris darkening, cataracts.

Consult your doctor about this. Also, inform your doctor in advance about your medical history, especially if you have eye pressure problems (glaucoma other eye problems (macular edema, iritis, uveitis, lens extraction/aphakia).

 Try to avoid contaminating the tip of the bottle because this may cause bacterial keratitis. You should remove your contact lenses before application of. Careprost. If you develop any eye diseases or are going to have eye surgery, talk to your doctor.