Dorzolamide-timolol Opth

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Has anyone taken the generic verision of Dorzolamide-Timolol and is it as good as the non-generic verision? Thanks. s. hay



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J Moore Says:

I used this drug as sold under the Sandoz Inc label briefly. Whenever I dispenser a drop to an eye, it left a second drop hanging on the tip of the dispenser. Thus, I ran out of the med too soon so that I had to go back to Cosopt. I wonder if others have experienced this problem?

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