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Your doctor may prescribe Bepreve if you have symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis (pink eye). Allergic conjunctivitis can be caused by many different things, with pollen being one of the most common. Symptoms may include itchiness, redness, and tearing.
Bepreve contains an antihistamine medication that works by decreasing the activity of the immune system. Allergic conjunctivitis symptoms happen because of an overactive immune system, and Bepreve helps to reduce this activity.
Apply Brepreve to the affected eye(s) twice daily until symptoms resolve. Your doctor may have you use this medication with a different set of directions; take it exactly as prescribed.
Store Bepreve at room temperature. Do not use it past the expiration date.
The active ingredient in Bepreve eye drops is bepotastine.
There are no known significant drug-drug interactions with Bepreve.
Separate the application of Bepreve and other eye medications by at least 15 minutes to give each medication time to absorb.
If you wear contact lenses, remove the lenses before applying Bepreve. Wait 15 minutes for the medication to absorb before reapplying contact lenses. Bepreve contains benzalkonium chloride, which soft contact lenses can absorb.
Do not touch the tip of the eye dropper to the affected eye. Doing so can introduce bacteria and viruses into the eye dropper, which can lead to an eye infection.
Bepreve is for use in the eyes only.
Do not use for longer or shorter than prescribed by your healthcare provider.
Some common side effects can include:
If you experience side effects while taking Bepreve, contact your prescriber for further directions.
Bepreve [package insert]. Irvine, CA: ISTA Pharmaceuticals; Aug 2009.