Rastasis Eye Drops

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myBlue eyes Says:

Is it possible for rastasis eye drops to cause the blood to thin so that clotting is difficult. My husband has been using these drops for about a week and a cut on his hand was still bleeding profusely the next morning. This is very uncommon for him and rastasis is the only new medication he is using.

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Verwon Says:

Restasis is listed as containing Cyclosporine, it is used in drop form to treat chronic dry eye.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including irritation, redness, burning, and eye irritation, and yes, it has also been reported to cause bleeding and clotting disorders in some patients.

How is he doing, now? Has there been any change?

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