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Alocril is a prescription allergy eye drop for itchy eyes caused by allergic conjunctivitis. The active ingredient nedocromil sodium works to limit the release of natural substances in your body that cause allergic reactions in the eye and the symptoms of redness, itching and watering. It used with a maintenance prevention approach where it is important to administer these medicated allergy eye drops at the same time twice a day at exact 12-hour intervals.
You can buy Alocril eye drops with a doctor’s prescription at your local pharmacy, but the best Alocril eye drop price will be ordering medication online from Canada Pharmacy.
Do not rinse dropper and replace the dropper cap after each use plus keep cap tightly closed.
Repeat process in exactly 12-hours as directed making it twice a day of applying Alocril dosage in both eyes.
The active ingredient in Alocril is Nedocromil.
Tell your doctor of any allergies you have before beginning with Alocril allergy eye drops, as it contains preservatives that may worse symptoms for certain types of allergies.
Talk with your doctor about any experience of poor eyesight or a history of eye disease before starting with medicated itchy eye drops. Alocril may cause temporary vision impairment for some people.
There are no established potential drug interaction risks between Alocril and other Rx medications, but you should always inform you doctor of all medications you are currently taking before having them write you a prescription and proceeding to buy Alocril eye drops.
It is uncommon to have side effects from Nedocromil, but some allergy eye drop users may experience burning, stinging, irritation of the eye, headache, stuffy or runny nose, bad taste in mouth, or increased sensitivity to light may occur. If side effects continue or worsen you should discontinue medication use and speak to your doctor again about itchy eye relief treatments.