Nasonex And Glaucoma

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Nino954 Says:

I have been using Nasonex for several weeks from july thru november 2012. Early in october I started having some problem at right eyes. Today, 9 january 2013 I have been diagnosed cataratta in both eyes and glaucoma caused by cortisone

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Verwon Says:

It is warned about as a possible side effect with using Nasonex.

Learn more Nasonex details here.

I am very sorry that it has happened to you. There have been quite a few posts from people that have all experienced the same thing.

Do you know what your treatment options are, yet?

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