Durezol And Visine?

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Ggg76 Says:
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Can I use durezol and visine? The durezol is burning my eyes



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Verwon Says:

The burning can be a normal side effect of Durezol, as listed by the FDA. You may also experience blurred vision, watery eyes and mild headache.

However, I'd not recommend mixing it with the Visine, unless your doctor approves, since it could affect how much of the Durezol you absorb.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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