Terramicina - Does It Go In The Eye Or Around?

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Cindy Says:


I have pink eye. Can I use terramicina in my eye as a salve, or just around the eye?


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David Says:

I think it really depends on whether or not you have the ointment, powder or the eye drops. There should be instructions on the package, no? That's just wrong if there isn't, as from what I can tell it can be used to treat pink eye.

Based on information i've gathered, the application guidelines are simple. Listed below are the indications for the ointment:
"Broad-spectrum antibiotic ideal for mild bacterial eye infections Easy to use - simply apply ointment directly on the affected area"

I'm assuming that the eye drops are no different other than actually dropping it into your eye.

Here is an information link to the powdered form of this medication as well (it states: puff powder on affected eyes two or three times daily):
https:/­/­www.pfizeranimalhealth.com.au/­products/­264/­terramycinreg-pink-eye-powder-.aspx

I hope this information helps!

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Irka Says:

I'm seeking pink eye treatment in Costa Rica. Can terramicina be used to treat pink eye? If so, how do we apply it to the eye? Is it safe to use for eye infections? Is there any other common remedy that can be used to treat pink eye?

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