Otc Dilating Eye Drops For Cataract Surgery

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Lynn Says:


Please tell me that there is an otc dilating eye drop used as :::one drop 1 hr before arriving at surgical center, one drop 30 min before arrival time and one drop when you arrive at surgery center..I was told to use Besivance & Durezol one drop each on morning of surgery before dilating drops. Eye clinic called in my scripts but no dilating drops were called in, so I assume these are otc



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Lynn! How are you?

No, you should contact them to let them know, so they can correct the problem.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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