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Ciloxan is a prescription antibiotic eye drop medication that is used to treat bacterial infection in the eye. The active ingredient in these antibiotic eye drops is Ciprofloxacin, which is a very common and potent antibacterial that works to clear up infections very quickly. Among Ciloxan eye drop uses are to treat eye keratitis (corneal infection) or to treat a blepharitis eye infection. It is a commonly prescribed medication for pink eye, although condition is not always caused by bacterial infection. Ciloxan eye drops work by making bacteria unable to grow and users usually get over the infection within one week.
You can buy Ciloxan eye drops with a doctor’s prescription at your local pharmacy, but you best Ciloxan eye drops price may be when you order medication online from Canada Pharmacy.
The active ingredient in Ciloxan antibiotic is Ciprofloxacin.
Do not exceed dosage regulation of no more than one application each day. If medication is not effective discontinue use and speak with doctor again.
Use with caution if you have an allergy to quinolone medications. Speak with your doctor.
Blurred vision may occur temporarily after use.
Limited use of alcohol when treating and eye infection with Ciloxan drops. Alcohol reduces the effectiveness of antibiotics.
Store in cool and dry place.
There are no known drug interaction risks between Ciloxan and other Rx medications or OTC health supplements. However, it is always best to inform your doctor of all medications or supplements you are currently taking before getting your prescription and proceeding to buy Ciloxan eye drops.
Side effects from use of Ciloxan antibacterial eye drops are uncommon, but some people may experience stinging or burning of the eyelid, eye discomfort, itching, redness, tearing, eyelid crusting, blurred vision, a bad taste in your mouth, or sensitivity to light. If any of these side effects are experienced, you should stop using the drops and speak to your doctor again regarding eye infection treatment options.