Discuss Visine L.r.

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Sandy Springs Says:

Has anyone found Visine L.R. or (Oxymetazoline HCI Eye Drops) which is the active ingredient in VIsine L.R. which makes it work SO well. PLEASE let me know when someone either has found the product, it's equivalent or heard from Visine.com about whether or not they will continue to sell this product.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sandy! How are you? I'm very sorry about the problem that you're having.

From what I've found, it has been discontinued and there is no news on them bringing it back. At this time, it is listed as only being used in nasal sprays.

Have you consulted your doctor? They may know of an alternative that works well.

Has anyone else found anything that works as well?

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Brat Says:

Please any info on Visine LR would be appreciated. Their is no other one that can help my husband.

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Festus Says:

Bulls***, they tell to use systane eye drops. They don't do anything but lubricate.

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