Otc Eyedrops For Lowering Blood Presure

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jorge l velez Says:


what otc eye drops are available to lower eye presure



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jorge l velez Says:

list otc eye drops for lowering presure and/or glaucoma

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Verwon Says:

I'm sorry, but there aren't any over the counter products to treat such a condition. Due to the very nature of the medications used, there are some significant risks associated with them, so they require a doctor's approval and prescription.

Learn more glaucoma details here.

If you're having trouble affording the medications you need, I can check for you to see if there are any assistance programs available to help.

Can you post back with more details, please?

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