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Good eyesight is important, and who wants to be experiencing discomfort with their eyes? Flarex is a prescription eye inflammation medication used for dry eye treatment, allergic conjunctivitis, scleritis and other eye inflammation conditions. It is a steroidal anti-inflammatory for the eyes that produces greater penetration of the cell membrane of the eye. Flarex eye drops may also be used by people needing post-surgery recovery after LASIK or other surgical procedures on the eyes, but the most common prescription is as a medication for ocular surface inflammation.
You can buy Flarex ophthalmic solutions with a prescription at most pharmacies, and you’ll get the best price always when you order medication online from Canada Drugs Direct.
Create conjunctival sac by pinching skin on lower eyelid flap.
Drop 1 to 2 drops of Flarex into the conjunctival sac 4 times a day.
Ensure that you do not touch any other objects or surfaces with the tip of the dropper. This will avoid contamination. Remove contact lenses before applying dry eye disease solution. Lenses may be worn again 15 minutes after eye drops have been applied.
Flarex dosage may be increased to 2 drops every 2 hours over the first 24-48 hours (1 to 2 days)
The active ingredient in Flarex eye drops is Fluorometolone Acetate.
Glaucoma may occur with prolonged use, along with potential damage to the optic nerve, and defects in visual acuity and visual field.
Corticosteroid use may result in cataract formation.
Possibility of slowed corneal wound healing.
Use with caution if medication is part of treatment for herpes simplex infection.
Corticosteroid medication use may suppress the host response and possibly promote secondary ocular infections.
Possible drug interactions have been established between Flarex and other Rx medication - Acetaminophen / Allopurinol / Ambien CR (zolpidem) / Amlodipine / Aspirin / Azithromycin / Betamethasone Topical / Cymbalta (duloxetine) / Synthroid (levothyroxine) / Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
Advise your doctor all medication you are currently taking before receiving a prescription and then proceeding to buy Flarex Ophthalmic Solution.
Side effects from Flarex are not common, but some people may experience mild stinging or burning sensation, red of puffy eyelids, blurred vision, or drooping eyelids. Seeing these side effects should lead you to discontinue use and meet with your doctor again to discuss other inflamed eye treatment options.