Oxymetazoline Eye Drops

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Nell Says:


I think they are selling Visine LR on the internet, but it is very expensive. It is the only gtts that work for me. Have been searching for it for two months. Some of the blogs here have helped with suggestions.



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David Says:

Hi Neil,

Thanks for the heads up. I've also heard about some remaining stocks of Visine LR being available online, but are being sold for much more than most individuals are willing to pay. In light of that, a couple related discussion threads on here have offered a number of alternatives that you or other visitors may be interested in reading more about:

1). Discuss/Visine-LR-Discontinued-200960_p26.htm

2). Discuss/eye-drops-with-oxymetazoline-204670.htm

3). Discuss/OcuClear-187476.htm

I'm not sure if you've already seen these, however, it seems there are certain compounding pharmacies who'd be willing to reformulate eye drops with the same ingredients as Visine LR.

Hope this helps!

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Zaditor....new and works. Doesn't require a prescription

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