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Allergy sufferers will know allergic conjunctivitis and the red, itchy, and watery eyes that come with it all too well. Alomide ophthalmic solution is a prescription eye allergy medication for fast relief of allergic conjunctivitis and it is formulated to prevent mast cells in the rear of the eye from overreacting to immune system stimuli and promoting redness, itching, and watering eyes. This product is also called lodoxamide 0.1 eye drops, and is a reliable eye drop for that all allergy sufferers can know will work.
You can buy your Alomide ophthalmic solution with a doctor’s prescription from most pharmacies, and you can get this product for the best price when you order medication online from Canada Drugs Direct.
Apply eye drops as often as 4 times a day as needed for itchy eye relief. You can use this medication for up to 3 months at a time but needing to use it for any longer than that should lead you to see your doctor again.
It is advisable to not wear contact lenses when treating yourself with Alomide allergy eye drops, as well as wait 5-10 minutes between treatments if you are using any other type of medicated eye drop at the same time.
The active ingredient in Alomide ophthalmic solution is lodoxamide.
Anyone with a known allergy to benzalkonium chloride should use with caution and get approval from their physician before beginning treatment.
Temporary blurred vision may occur for some users, and substance use may make blurred vision worse.
Increasing dosage frequency may be dangerous. Never exceed Alomide dosage regulations of 4 drops in each eye per day. If you feel product is ineffective speak with your doctor again.
There are no known drug interaction risks between Alomide drops and other Rx medications. However, it is best to always inform your doctor of all Rx products you are currently taking before receiving your prescription and the proceeding to buy Alomide ophthalmic solution.
It is rare to experience side effects from lodoxamide 0.1 eye drops (Alomide), but some individuals may experience eye discomfort, dry nose, sneezing, headache, dizziness, drowsiness, blurred vision, watery eyes, dry eyes, sticky feeling in the eye, or crusting in the corner of the eye. If these side effects are seen, you should stop use and meet with a doctor again to discuss eye allergy treatment alternatives.