Dazed And Confused Using Travatan

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Butterfly Says:

My husband has been on Travatan eye drops for glaucoma for nearly a year. For the last few months he has felt dazed and confused. Various tests have not shown anything that may be the cause and he has been told that the side effects of Travatan would not include his dazed symptoms. We think that the Travatan drops may be the cause as he has felt like this since starting the use of. Has anyone else
experienced the same problem ?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Butterfly! How are you and your husband?

No, that is correct, it does not include such side effects. Is he on any other medications? Does he have any other medical conditions?

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including anxiety, eye irritation, eye dryness and seasonal allergy.

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