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Good vision is very important, and no one wants to be experiencing discomfort with their eyes. Flarex is a prescription eye inflammation medication that is used to treat dry eye disease, allergic conjunctivitis, scleritis and other inflamed eye conditions. It is a steroidal anti-inflammatory for the eyes that promotes greater penetration of the cell membrane of the eye. Flarex eye drops may also be prescribed for people needing post-surgery recovery after LASIK or other surgical procedures on the eyes, but they are most commonly recommended as a medication for ocular surface inflammation.
You can buy Flarex ophthalmic solutions with a prescription at most pharmacies, and you’ll always get the best price when you order medication online from Canada Pharmacy.
Be careful to not to touch any other objects or surfaces with dropper tip to avoid contamination risk. Remove contact lenses before applying dry eye disease solution. Lenses can be worn again 15 minutes after application.
Over the first 24 to 48 hours, Flarex dosage may be increased to 2 drops every 2 hours.
The active ingredient in Flarex eye drops is Fluorometolone Acetate.
Prolonged use may result in glaucoma, damage to the optic nerve, and defects in visual acuity and visual field.
Use of corticosteroids may result in cataract formation.
May slow corneal wound healing.
Use with caution if used as part of treatment for herpes simplex infection.
Corticosteroid medication use may suppress the host response and thus aid in the establishment of secondary ocular infections.
There is the possibility of drug interactions between Flarex and acetaminophen / allopurinol/Ambien CR (zolpidem) / amlodipine / aspirin / Azithromycin / betamethasone topical / Cymbalta (duloxetine) / Synthroid (levothyroxine) / Vitamin C (ascorbic acid).
Tell your doctor of all medications you are currently taking before getting your prescription and then proceeding to buy Flarex Ophthalmic Solution.
It is uncommon to have side effects from Flarex, but some people may experience mild stinging or burning sensation, red of puffy eyelids, blurred vision, or drooping eyelids. If these side effects occur you should discontinue use and speak to your doctor again regarding other eye inflammation treatment options.