Predmet Eye Drops

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Anusmita Nag Karmakar Says:


its side effects, I am 27yrs 9 months old, doctor has prescribed this eye drops, advised to use this 8 times daily, each times 2 drops, gradually decrease the amount, total course is 15days. along with this he has advised to use pentol eye drops 3times daily for 15 days.

can you please tell me what are the side effects it has.



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Verwon Says:

The active ingredient in Predmet eye drops is Prednisolone, it is a corticosteroid.

Since they are drops, little is usually actually absorbed in the body, so side effects are minimal, but may include: eye irritation, blurry vision, nausea and fluid retention.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Prednisolone/­




Pentol contains the active ingredient Cyclopentolate and, to be honest, I am not sure why the doctor has you using them regularly, because they are normally used to stop the eye from focusing to enable the doctor to do an exam.

Thus, they can cause extremely blurry vision, light sensitivity and irritation.

Learn more:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Cyclopentolate/­

Have you asked your doctor?

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Anusmita Nag Karmakar Says:

I am suffering in uveties, that can be a reason too

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